Tuesday 25th September, 2012
2:00pm to 2:50pm
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.
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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