Posts Tagged ‘Wolfram Alpha’

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Analyse, see and do more with Wolfram|Alpha’s Personal Analytics for Facebook

25 January 2013 | Christine Andres

Computational knowledge engine, Wolfram|Alpha has access to a plethora of real-world data and can now combine that data with your Facebook profile to tell you interesting things you might not otherwise know – thanks to [...]

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Wolfram Alpha and Bing: the search for the knowledge engine

28 July 2010 | Alex Christie

Back in November 2009 Bing and Wolfram Alpha announced a partnership to include the “computational knowledge engine” results within Bing search results. The logic behind this was to improve Bing’s search offering for direct knowledge [...]

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Wolfram Alpha – first light

20 May 2009 | Alex Christie

I waited till Wolfram Alpha (I will call it W(α) from now, because “Wolfram Alpha” is fairly cumbersome) was live before I started slating it. I had a stockpile of ammunition ready for its deconstruction, [...]

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Wolfram Alpha – C3PO… but with less personality

18 May 2009 | Henry Elliss

Will the new scientific search engine change the way we search for things? Unless you’ve been living under a large rock for the past few weeks (online), you’ll have noticed the increasing hype around the [...]

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New Search Engines – Always a good thing

12 May 2009 | Tanya Goodin

We often hear of new search engines but most pass by without making any impact onto the search consciousness let alone the general searching public. And part of the difficulty is that although many struggle [...]