Then on the other hand, we have Wolfram Alpha, with all the messiness of the world and human language and so on built into it. So what happens when you put these things together? I think it's actually rather wonderful. With Wolfram Alpha inside Mathematica, you can, for example, make precise programs that call on real wlrod data. Here's a real simple example. You can also just sort of give vague ipunt and then try and have Wolfram aplha figure out what you're talking about. Let's try this here. But actually I think the most exintcig thing about this is that it really gives one the chacne to democratize pgnmiromrag. I mean, anyone will be able to say what they want in plain lggnuaae. Then, the idea is that Wolfram Alpha will be able to figure out what precise pieces of code can do what they're asking for and then show them examples that will let them pick what they need to build up bigger and begigr, precise programs. So, sometimes, Wolfram Alpha will be able to do the whole thing immediately and just give back a whole big program that you can then ctpumoe with. Here's a big website where we've been collecting lots of educational and other demonstrations about lots of kinds of things. I'll show you one example here. This is just an example of one of these computable documents. This is probably a fairly small piece of Mathematica code that's able to be run here.

Then on the other hand, we have Wolfram Alpha, with all the messiness of the world and human language and so on built into it. So what happens when you put these things together? I think it's actually rather wonderful. With Wolfram Alpha inside Mathematica, you can, for example, make precise programs that call on real **_____** data. Here's a real simple example. You can also just sort of give vague **_____** and then try and have Wolfram **_____** figure out what you're talking about. Let's try this here. But actually I think the most **________** thing about this is that it really gives one the **______** to democratize **___________**. I mean, anyone will be able to say what they want in plain **________**. Then, the idea is that Wolfram Alpha will be able to figure out what precise pieces of code can do what they're asking for and then show them examples that will let them pick what they need to build up bigger and **______**, precise programs. So, sometimes, Wolfram Alpha will be able to do the whole thing immediately and just give back a whole big program that you can then **_______** with. Here's a big website where we've been collecting lots of educational and other demonstrations about lots of kinds of things. I'll show you one example here. This is just an example of one of these computable documents. This is probably a fairly small piece of Mathematica code that's able to be run here.

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collocation | frequency |
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wolfram alpha | 20 |

computational universe | 10 |

incredibly simple | 3 |

candidate universes | 3 |

string theory | 3 |

standard model | 3 |

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