Wolfram News

RSS
M11-news

Mathematica 11 Simplified Chinese Edition Is Now Available

Published August 25, 2016

Wolfram Research is pleased to announce the release of Mathematica 11 Simplified Chinese Edition! With a fully localized user interface and completely translated documentation, Version 11 continues on the path of aggressive innovation »

M11-news

Mathematica 11 Japanese Edition Is Now Available

Published August 22, 2016

We are pleased to announce the release of Mathematica 11 Japanese Edition, a fully localized version of Mathematica 11 for the Japanese market. »

WA-webinar

Webinar Training Series: Wolfram|Alpha in the Economics Classroom

Published August 22, 2016

Are you a teacher who's been asked "Why am I learning this?", "How is this going to help me in real life?" and other variations of this question by your students? »

CDF-icon

Wolfram CDF Player/Player Pro 11.0 Is Now Available

Published August 18, 2016

Download CDF Player 11.0 for free, or upgrade to CDF Player Pro 11.0. View and interact with CDF files utilizing new Wolfram Language Version 11 functionality in 3D printing, linguistic computing, neural networks and more.»

new-in-M11

Training Webinars: New in the Wolfram Language and Mathematica 11

Published August 17, 2016

3D printing. Audio. Machine learning. Neural networks. There are 555 completely new functions, major new areas of functionality and a vast deepening of core capabilities in Version 11 of the Wolfram Language and Mathematica. Continuing a three-decade tradition of aggressive innovation, Version 11 is filled to the brim with cutting-edge technology, and we’re excited to share with you how to put all these new features to use. Join us for a special two-part webinar event, New in the Wolfram Language and Mathematica Version 11, on August 23, 2016, from 2–3:30pm EDT (6–7:30pm GMT) and August 30, 2016, from 2–4pm EDT (6–8pm GMT). Take the opportunity to explore the new features in the Wolfram Language and Mathematica with experts at Wolfram Research, then engage in interactive Q&A with the developers after the presentations. Read the rest of the blog here.»

cloud-icon

Wolfram Language Version 11 Available on the Wolfram Cloud

Published August 8, 2016

Wolfram Language Version 11 is now out and ready to compute in the Wolfram Cloud. With over 500 new functions, the Wolfram Language has rapidly evolved since its inception and now brings knowledge-based programming to new and cutting-edge domains such as 3D printing, machine learning and neural networks. The tight integration between the Wolfram Language and the Wolfram Cloud has also enabled the development of unique cloud-based features, with channel-based communication, dynamic and interactive ways to deploy forms and APIs and the introduction of public datasets in the Wolfram Data Repository. All of these innovative and state-of-the-art features—plus hundreds more—are available to use in the Wolfram Cloud right now, so log in today and see what you can deploy in the Wolfram Language!»

M11-news

Mathematica 11 Is Now Available

Published August 8, 2016

We are pleased to announce that Mathematica 11 has arrived, with over 500 new functions! We are pleased to announce that Mathematica 11 has arrived, with over 500 new functions! Continuing on the path of aggressive innovation that Stephen Wolfram first embarked on 30 years ago, Version 11 embraces new areas of modern technology and introduces cutting-edge functionality to match. With Mathematica, you can now print 3D models and plots directly through either local or cloud-based 3D printers. Or instead, identify over 10,000 objects, and classify and extract features in your data with the customizable suite of enhanced machine learning tools. You can also construct, train and evaluate high-performance neural networks with both CPU and GPU support, enabling powerful deep learning in just a few lines of code. Integrated support for audio, from trimming and filters to synthesizing sounds and measuring audio, makes Mathematica 11 a flexible platform for digital audio processing and analysis. These are just a sample of the massive developments that have gone into the making of Mathematica 11. To learn more about this major milestone for Mathematica and intelligent computation, explore all of the new features here, and read Stephen Wolfram's release-day blog post here.»

Translate this page: