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How Should We Talk to AIs?

Published November 18, 2015

Not many years ago, the idea of having a computer broadly answer questions asked in plain English seemed like science fiction. But when we released Wolfram|Alpha in 2009 one of the big surprises (not least to me!) was that we’d managed to make this actually work. And by now people routinely ask personal assistant systems—many powered by Wolfram|Alpha—zillions of questions in ordinary language every day. To read the rest of Stephen Wolfram's blog, click here.»


gridMathematica Adds Version 10 Compatibility

Published November 12, 2015

Based on Mathematica 10.3, this new release includes over 900 new functions, integration with the Wolfram Cloud, and access to the expanded Wolfram Knowledgebase. It also introduces a host of new areas—such as machine learning, computational geometry, and geographic computation—as well as deepening capabilities and coverage across the algorithmic spectrum. »

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Newly Updated: Mathematica 10 Chinese Edition

Published November 10, 2015

Mathematica’s core Wolfram Language capabilities, increasing cloud operations, and connectivity to external data and services are now available in our Chinese edition, which is based on Version 10.3 of the Wolfram Language and includes translated documentation.»

Mathematica 10

Happy 10,000-Day Birthday, Mathematica!

Published November 9, 2015

It's been 10,000 days since Mathematica first launched, and the Wolfram technology stack is growing faster than ever.»

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Wolfram Language 10.3 Comes to the Wolfram Cloud

Published November 9, 2015

The Wolfram Cloud is now leveraging the latest release of the Wolfram Language, making these capabilities available in products like Wolfram Development Platform and Mathematica Online. Version 10.3 rapidly continues to build out areas first introduced in Version 10, while further refining already best-in-class capabilities.»


webMathematica Updated to Version 10.3

Published November 4, 2015

webMathematica 3.3.3 now supports the latest version of the Wolfram Language, which continues to build out areas first introduced in Version 10, while further refining already best-in-class capabilities. Additional details are available here.»


George Boole: A 200-Year View

Published November 3, 2015

Today is the 200th anniversary of the birth of George Boole. In our modern digital world, we’re always hearing about "Boolean variables"—1 or 0, true or false. And one might think, "What a trivial idea! Why did someone even explicitly need to invent it?" But as is so often the case, there’s a deeper story, as shared by Stephen Wolfram on his blog.»

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