Stephen Wolfram: A New Kind of Data Science

May 12th, 2017 · 28 mins 5 secs

About this Episode

When it comes to scientific computing, few names are more well known than Stephen Wolfram. He was the creator of the Mathematica, a program that researchers have been using for decades to aid in their computations. Later Wolfram expanded Mathematica into a full multi-paradigm programming language, called Wolfram Language. The company also packaged many of the Mathematica formulas, and a lot of outside data, into a cloud-based service and API. So at SXSW, we spoke with Wolfram about how to use this new cloud service to add computational intelligence into your own programs.