Tuesday, May 19, 2009

The World's Knowledge Computable

Tēnā koutou katoa – Greetings to you allOpens a new window at http://www.wolframalpha.com/
Ever get irritated using your favourite browser? Are you often not able to find what you’re looking for? WolframAlpha could be your solution.

My son, Jack, kept me in the loop with this new development:
WolframAlpha a thoroughly intuitive machine that does more than just the thinking for you. Still in its infancy, WolframAlpha is a powerful computational engine as well as an intuitive tool - less content, more computational.

Stephen Downes describes it as not the sort of thing people will browse through, or even use as a search engine, but if you want the miscellanea formerly found in the World Almanac, this is your source.
Stephen Wolfram, scientist, inventor, author and business leader, created WolframAlpha to make the world’s knowledge computable.

Check out Stephen Wolfram’s introduction to WoflramAlpha.
It is impressive!

Or check out
WolframAlpha for yourself!

Ka kite anō – Catchya later

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