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Best Wolfram Research podcasts we could find (Updated October 2019)
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Stephen Wolfram is the creator of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha and the Wolfram Language; the author of A New Kind of Science; and the founder and CEO of Wolfram Research. Over the course of nearly four decades, he has been a pioneer in the development and application of computational thinking—and has been responsible for many discoveries, inventions and innovations in science, technology and business.On his podcast, Stephen discusses topics ranging from the history of science to the future of ...
 
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Join a lecture with Stephen Wolfram as he gives a thumbnail sketch of the history of mathematics live from the Wolfram Summer School 2019.
 
Stephen Wolfram reads a recent essay, "What We've Built Is a Computational Language (and That's Very Important!)" and explains how he's built the Wolfram Language as a way to communicate computational ideas. Read the essay: https://wolfr.am/Drl0JCmF
 
A version of �a recent talk Stephen Wolfram gave at a blockchain conference, where he said he'd talk about "What will the world be like when computational intelligence and computational contracts are ubiquitous?" Read the written version: wolfr.am/DgM8rMy8
 
Stephen Wolfram details the tech infrastructure he has created to make himself a productive scientist, CEO, and language designer. Read more here: wolfr.am/BVcUHXdF
 
In this two-part podcast, join Stephen Wolfram as he revisits his magnum opus A New Kind of Science—examining its implications for modern machine learning, neural networks, the fundamental theory of physics, and mining the computational universe. Learn more at https://wolframscience.com
 
In this two-part podcast, join Stephen Wolfram as he revisits his magnum opus A New Kind of Science—examining its implications for modern machine learning, neural networks, the fundamental theory of physics, and mining the computational universe. Learn more at https://wolframscience.com
 
Part 3—How Wolfram Notebooks have evolved. In this final part of a three-part series, Stephen and Theo talk about developing the functions Dynamic and Manipulate, symbolic expressions, and how Theo uses Wolfram Notebooks in his day-to-day projects.
 
Join a conversation with Stephen Wolfram and Theodore Gray as they remember inventing the Wolfram Notebook, developing and launching Mathematica 1.0, and what came next in their decades-long journeys in software design, the business of technology, and creating lasting products that changed the way people think about and do computation.…
 
Part 1—Developing Mathematica and the Wolfram Notebook. In this first part of a three-part series, Stephen and Theo reminisce on early names for Mathematica, advice on notebooks from Steve Jobs, and the origins of the Wolfram Spikey logo in an informal conversation.
 
Stephen Wolfram remembers his time spent with Richard Feynman on what would have been his 100th birthday. Based on a chapter in his book 'Idea Makers,' Stephen recalls personal interactions, anecdotes and correspondence with Feynman. You can read Stephen's blog post about it here: https://wolfr.am/ux6o86m5…
 
What happens if you take four of today’s most popular buzzwords and string them together? Does the result mean anything? Stephen Wolfram explores his blog post "Buzzword Convergence: Making Sense of Quantum Neural Blockchain AI." Read the post here: https://wolfr.am/buzzword-convergence
 
In this final episode of a four-part series, Stephen Wolfram revisits an essay in his book Idea Makers and blog post titled "Untangling the Tale of Ada Lovelace." Stephen outlines Ada Lovelace's contributions to the Analytical Engine and speculates what may have happened to it had Ada not died an early death. Read the blog post here: https://wo ...…
 
In this third episode of a four-part series, Stephen Wolfram revisits an essay in his book Idea Makers and blog post titled "Untangling the Tale of Ada Lovelace." Stephen closely examines one of Ada Lovelace's most well-known contributions, her Bernoulli computations. Read the blog post here: https://wolfr.am/ada…
 
In this second episode of a four-part series, Stephen Wolfram revisits an essay in his book Idea Makers and blog post titled "Untangling the Tale of Ada Lovelace." Stephen explores Ada's extensive notes, tensions with Charles Babbage, and events leading up to Ada's untimely death. Read the blog post here: https://wolfr.am/ada…
 
In this first episode of a four-part series, Stephen Wolfram revisits an essay in his book Idea Makers and blog post titled "Untangling the Tale of Ada Lovelace." Ada Lovelace is a figure known for her pioneering contributions in the history of computing, and Stephen sets the stage of Ada's life and times in Victorian England, her burgeoning in ...…
 
Science? Philosophy? Linguistics? Archaeology? Communicating the achievements of our civilization to aliens or the future: what should we send? Join Stephen Wolfram as he takes on these questions and more, based on his blog post "Showing Off to the Universe: Beacons for the Afterlife of Our Civilization." Read here: https://wolfr.am/s3SDV5mP…
 
In this final episode of a three-part series, Stephen Wolfram answers questions from students at the Wolfram Summer School about the simulation hypothesis, AI and medical diagnosis, and what something like computational democracy might look like in the future.
 
In this first episode in a four-part series on the history of science recorded at the Wolfram Summer School, Stephen Wolfram traces the roots of science to ancient Babylon and discussed scientific advancements all the way to John Locke.
 
In this second episode in a four-part series exploring the history of science recorded at the Wolfram Summer School, Stephen Wolfram picks up with the work of Ada Lovelace and explores scientific discoveries all the way to Alan Turing, John Von Neumann, and many others along the way.
 
In this third episode in a four-part series exploring the history of science dating back to ancient Babylon recorded live at the Wolfram Summer School, Stephen Wolfram discusses linguistic theories, programming languages, the work of Einstein, and space-time quantum mechanics.
 
In this final episode in a four-part series, Stephen Wolfram answers questions from students at the Wolfram Summer School about cybernetics, the simulation hypothesis, and the potential pitfalls of scientific reductionism.
 
In this first episode of a three-part series live from the Wolfram Summer School, Stephen Wolfram gives an overview of his thoughts on theories of ethics, symbolic discourse language, and the possibilities of digitized humanity.
 
In this second episode of a three-part series live from the Wolfram Summer School, Stephen Wolfram discusses the future of digitized humanity as a box of a trillion souls computing and simulating reality and how AI can be thought of as an alien intelligence.
 
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