British scientist and author, creator of Mathematica and founder of Wolfram Research, working to develop a general theory of complexity in nature. Born 1959.
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Official website. Includes extensive biographical material, interviews, lists and sample contents of the author's books and other publications, information about Mathematica, and Wolfram's answers to various questions.
Wolfram Research, Inc.
Home page for the integrated technical computing software company founded and led by Stephen Wolfram.
Complexity Made Simple
New York Times interview with Wolfram. (July 07, 2002)
What's So New in a Newfangled Science?
New York Times story about Wolfram's 1,263-page, self-published book, "A New Kind of Science," and its relationship to current ideas in cosmology. (June 16, 2002)
Did This Man Just Rewrite Science?
New York Times feature article about Stephen Wolfram, his ideas and his career. (June 11, 2002)
Review: Stephen Wolfram's "A New Kind Of Science" by Ben Goertzel
A critique of the author's claims about establishing the filed of complex systems science on his own. Discusses what's in the body of book, as well as the notes. (June 01, 2002)
A Man Who Would Shake Up Science
New York Times feature article about Wolfram and his theories. (May 11, 2002)
God, Stephen Wolfram, and Everything Else
Forbes magazine article about Wolfram and his mathematically based ideas. (November 27, 2000)
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