Wolfram Research goes for Software 2.0, releases neural net repository

Wolfram Research goes for Software 2.0, releases neural net repository

Wolfram, having been into AI before it was cool, now gets a piece of the deep learning hype, in its sui generis way. Where does it stand compared to the competition, and how easy is it to use and integrate Wolfram with the rest of the world?

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Wolfram Research is somewhat of a legend. Founded by Stephen Wolfram in 1987, Wolfram Research has been into things such as reasoning, question answering, and an array of advanced services that go under the AI moniker these days long before it was as cool and mainstream as it is today.

Yet, you do not see Wolfram in the news as much as you see others in the field. Wolfram is a sui generis kind of firm, so that might well be part of how things are done there. But Wolfram does conferences, and today, at its European Wolfram Technology Conference, it’s announcing what it calls immediately computable access with its neural net repository.

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