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Maths colloquium: Towards unified computation

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Wolfram Research has spent 30 years unifying computation tools from across maths, science and engineering into a single platform. This talk will discuss some of the benefits that unification brings and the underlying design principles that make it possible.

The talk will show a diverse collection of live computation from pure and applied maths to physics, chemistry and data science. Examples will include computer vision, automatic theorem proving and audio analysis and will include a few preview technologies from the forthcoming Mathematica 12.

Jon McLoone is Director of Technical Strategy at Wolfram Research Europe and has worked for Wolfram Research for over 25 years.

This talk is part of the Geometry and Mathematical Physics seminar series.

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