Stephen Wolfram, famous among developers and researchers as the creator of the Mathematica software platform, is offering a new way to learn the Wolfram Language, which …
The so-called “Wolfram Language” is meant as a simpler way to program complex functions.
The “computational knowledge engine” offers some historical data that could hint at the outcome of Sunday’s game.
While a talkative digital assistant might be nice, it’s not necessarily the most useful format for a powerful artificial-intelligence platform.
Stephen Wolfram plans on loading a pilot release of the Wolfram Language onto every Raspberry Pi computer.
If it works as described, the so-called Wolfram Language will be capable of an extremely broad range of functions.
Stephen Wolfram offered MIT Technology Review his opinion on so-called “personal” analytics.
If the “computational knowledge engine” can surface this many insights, so could businesses and advertisers.
Stephen Wolfram indicated his computational engines are expanding onto the cloud and mobile devices.
The self-billed “computational knowledge engine” is willing to crunch the numbers for Sunday’s game.