There’s a New Kid in Class - A Computational Engine That Is Helping Students Cheat
It’s back to school time, and for students who are more interested in cutting corners than learning, Wolfram Alpha lets them look up answers instantly. But it’s more than a simple search engine. It’s a computational engine that can compute all kinds of complex formulas, and transform simple facts into highly specific answers.
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