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Version 12 Launches Today! (And It’s a Big Jump for Wolfram Language and Mathematica)

Published Apr 16, 2019

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Fishackathon: Protecting Marine Life with AI and the Wolfram Language

Published Apr 11, 2019


Every year, the U.S. Department of State sponsors a worldwide competition called Fishackathon. Its goal is to protect life in our waters by creating technological solutions to help solve problems related to fishing. The first global competition was held in 2014 and has been growing massively every year. … »

Wolfram and the Raspberry Pi Foundation Collaborate on Free Access to Educational Project Materials

Published Apr 9, 2019

Wolfram Research is pleased to announce further collaboration with the Raspberry Pi Foundation as part of supporting makers across the world through education. A collection of 10 Wolfram Language projects has been launched on the foundation’s projects site. These projects range from creating weather dashboards to building machine learning … »

Drawing on Autopilot: Automated Plane (Geometry) Illustrations from The American Mathematical Monthly

Published Apr 4, 2019

Version 12 of the Wolfram Language introduces the functions GeometricScene, RandomInstance and FindGeometricConjectures for representing, drawing and reasoning about problems in plane geometry. In particular, abstract scene descriptions can be automatically supplied with coordinate values to produce diagrams satisfying the conditions of the scene. Let’s apply this functionality to some … »



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