[Micronet] Mathematica Creator Stephen Wolfram at Li Ka Shing Center Mar 1st

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[Micronet] Mathematica Creator Stephen Wolfram at Li Ka Shing Center Mar 1st

Kerry Hays
Hello Micronetters,

Dr. Stephen Wolfram, the creator of Mathematica, Mathematica|Alpha, and
the Wolfram Language, will be speaking on the "Future of Computation and
Knowledge" tonight from 3:30 to 5:00 pm in RM 245 of the Li Ka Shing
Center. Some of you may have seen earlier announcements listing the
location as RM 247 in Cory Hall but...

Due to overwhelming interest, the following talk at UC Berkeley
has moved to a larger room. If you plan to attend this talk,
please note the new location:

Tuesday, March 1, 3:30pm-5:00pm
Future of Computation and Knowledge
University of California at Berkeley
Li Ka Shing Center, Room 0245, 2535 Oxford St., Berkeley, CA

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