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Releasing the OPCClassic Library

Published August 27, 2015

Wolfram MathCore is pleased to introduce the OPCClassic library for Wolfram SystemModeler. The OPC (Object Linking and Embedding for Process Control) library contains a full set of components for connecting to physical systems using the OPC Classic standard. The library makes it possible to connect to one or more OPC servers, and thereby your real-world processes. The OPC standard has been developed by industry and the OPC Foundation just for that purpose. OPC is a set of data transfer standards for multi-vendor, multi-platform, secure, and reliable interoperability in industrial automation. To learn more, visit the SystemModeler Library Store.»

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Mathematica 10.2 Japanese Edition is Now Available

Published August 18, 2015

Mathematica 10.2 Japanese Edition is a fully localized version of Mathematica 10.2 that is available for the Japanese market. It provides a fully localized user interface and completely translated Wolfram Language documents for Mathematica 10.2. In addition to making this product available, Wolfram Language documents on the web (reference.wolfram.com) are now available in Japanese, and these Japanese documents can be accessed directly from Wolfram Cloud products.»

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Mathematica 10.2 Is Now Available

Published July 14, 2015

Unequaled core Wolfram Language capabilities—enhanced by over 100 new functions—plus increasing cloud operations and connectivity to external data and services make Mathematica 10.2 a must-have upgrade. See the highlights.»

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Strong Interest in Wolfram|Alpha Seen at Tokyo Event

Published May 20, 2015

Following the successful Mathematica and Wolfram technology events in Japan in 2014, Wolfram Research Asia Ltd. organized a Wolfram|Alpha event on April 28, 2015. Hundreds of audience members packed into the lecture hall at Tokyo Institute of Technology (TiTech) to see the talks by Noriko Yasui, a Wolfram|Alpha developer, and Dr. Kenji Yoshida, a math teacher at Waseda University High School. Wolfram organized the event together with TiTech and the Institute of Molecular Sciences (IMS) on the occasion of Yasui's visit to Japan. »

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Wolfram Language Artificial Intelligence: The Image Identification Project

Published May 13, 2015

“What is this a picture of?” Humans can usually answer such questions instantly, but in the past it’s always seemed out of reach for computers to do this. For nearly 40 years I’ve been sure computers would eventually get there—but I’ve wondered when.»

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Instant Apps for the Apple Watch with the Wolfram Language

Published April 28, 2015

What can one do with the Wolfram Language on the Apple Watch? A few days ago, Stephen Wolfram decided to find out. So he cleared his schedule for the day and started writing code. Find out what he was able to do with the Wolfram Language, Wolfram Programming Cloud, and the preliminary version of the Wolfram Cloud app.»

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Wolfram Language 10.1 Available in the Wolfram Cloud

Published April 17, 2015

Version 10.1 of the Wolfram Language continues to roll out across the Wolfram product family, and is now available in the Wolfram Cloud. Subscribe for free access to Wolfram Programming Cloud and try it out for yourself!»

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