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New in the Wolfram Language: FeatureExtraction

Published Dec 2, 2016

Two years ago, we introduced the first high-level machine learning functions of the Wolfram Language, Classify and Predict. Since then, we have been creating a set of automatic machine learning functionalities (ClusterClassify, DimensionReduction, etc.). Today, I am happy to present a new function called FeatureExtraction that deals with another important machine learning task: extracting features …»

Making Wikipedia Knowledge Visible

Published Nov 23, 2016

Over the past few months, Wolfram Community members have been exploring ways of visualizing the known universe of Wikipedia knowledge. From Bob Dylan’s networks to the persistence of “philosophy” as a category, Wolfram Community has been asking: “What does knowledge actually look like in the digital age?” Mathematician Marco Thiel explored this question by modeling …»

Launching Wolfram Player for iOS

Published Nov 16, 2016

It’s been a long road. To some degree, we’ve been working on a Wolfram notebook front end for iOS for about six years now. And in the process, we’ve learned a lot about notebook front ends, a thing we already knew a lot about. Let’s rewind the tape a bit and review. In 1988, Theo …»

Celebrating Gottfried Leibniz on the 300th Anniversary of His Death

Published Nov 14, 2016

Today is the 300th anniversary of the death of Gottfried Leibniz, a man whose work has had a deep influence on what we do here at Wolfram Research. He was born July 1, 1646, in Leipzig, and died November 14, 1716, in Hanover, which was, at the time, part of the Holy Roman Empire. I …»

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