Wolfram's data analysis platform

A session at Strange Loop 2012

Tuesday 25th September, 2012

2:00pm to 2:50pm (CST)

Wolfram|Alpha is the attempt to make accessible to the public a large corpus of sophisticated computations on curated data. The end goal of Wolfram|Alpha is to encode all of algorithmic human knowledge.

Recently, Wolfram|Alpha began to tackle user-uploaded tables, images, text, and other types of data. I’ll do a demonstration, talk about some of the underlying ideas and algorithms, and discuss how we are complementing Mathematica with Go to allow for more elaborate data processing and analysis pipelines.

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Taliesin Beynon

Research and development at Wolfram|Alpha: dataviz, data science, and making the world safe for ML and NLP bio from Twitter

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Time 2:00pm2:50pm CST

Date Tue 25th September 2012

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