Every year at our annual Wolfram Technology Conference I give a keynote speech about the state of our technology.
Here are the first two parts of the video from this year.
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Can’t wait for this to be released. The symbolic probabilistic computation will be incredibly useful. And the image processing looks great too.
This is golden! Thanks for sharing.
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