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Zach Littrell

Training Webinars: New in the Wolfram Language and Mathematica 11

August 17, 2016 — Zach Littrell, Technical Content Writer, Technical Communications and Strategy Group

3D printing. Audio. Machine learning. Neural networks. There are 555 completely new functions, major new areas of functionality and a vast deepening of core capabilities in Version 11 of the Wolfram Language and Mathematica. Continuing a three-decade tradition of aggressive innovation, Version 11 is filled to the brim with cutting-edge technology, and we’re excited to share with you how to put all these new features to use.

Join us for a special two-part webinar event, New in the Wolfram Language and Mathematica Version 11, on August 23, 2016, from 2–3:30pm EDT (6–7:30pm GMT) and August 30, 2016, from 2–4pm EDT (6–8pm GMT). Take the opportunity to explore the new features in the Wolfram Language and Mathematica with experts at Wolfram Research, then engage in interactive Q&A with the developers after the presentations.

One example of what's new in Version 11: You can now generate 3D-printable models algorithmically

On Day 1, our Wolfram Language experts will give a comprehensive overview and presentations on four major new areas of functionality—3D printing, audio, improved machine learning and neural networks. Learn how to shape and print 3D models locally or in the cloud. Synthesize, process and analyze audio for a variety of applications. Identify over 10,000 objects and classify and extract features from all sorts of data. And define, train and apply neural networks in a variety of ways, with built-in support for GPU and out-of-core training.

On Day 2, explore the breadth and depth of Version 11

Then on Day 2, we’ll dive into the wide breadth and depth of Version 11. Discover how to compute geometry, geography, statistics, language and visualizations in new, fascinating ways. And with the tight integration between your computer, the Wolfram Language and the Wolfram Cloud, you can now build dynamic web interfaces, access tons of new curated data and connect remote systems with channel-based communication. Even the user interface has been upgraded, with new ways to interact with a Wolfram Language notebook, code captions, enhanced autocomplete and multilingual spellcheck.

To join us at the free virtual events on August 23, 2016, from 2–3:30pm EDT (6–7:30pm GMT) and August 30, 2016, from 2–4pm EDT (6–8pm GMT), please register here.

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