Adventures of a Computational Explorer

Adventures of a Computational Explorer
Author : Stephen Wolfram
Publisher : Wolfram Media
Total Pages : 432
Release : 2019
ISBN 10 : 1579550266
ISBN 13 : 9781579550264
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Adventures of a Computational Explorer Book Description:

Through his pioneering work in science, technology and language design, Stephen Wolfram has developed his own signature way of thinking about an impressive range of subjects. From science consulting for a Hollywood movie, solving problems of AI ethics, hunting for the source of an unusual polyhedron, communicating with extraterrestrials, to finding the fundamental theory of physics and exploring the digits of pi, Adventures of a Computational Explorer captures the infectious energy and curiosity of one of the great pioneers of the computational world.


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