Today we pair for you the thoughts of two iconic speakers at SXSWi, and our next post will be a wrap-up that concludes our coverage of this rather all-consuming event here in Austin.
Stephen Wolfram, the creator of the Mathematica computational engine, first released in 1988, spoke primarily about Wolfram/Alpha, which you should give a try at its link or by downloading the app.
The hype around Wolfram|Alpha, the next "Google killer" from the makers of Mathematica, has been building over the last few weeks. Today, we were lucky enough to attend a one-hour web demo with Stephen Wolfram, and from what we've s... Read Post
It cannot be denied that Stephen Wolfram knows data. As the person behind Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha, he has been working with data — and the computation of that data — for a long time. As he said in his blog yesterday, “In build... Read Post