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Stephen Wolfram is a renowned British American computer scientist, a physicist, as well as a businessman. Majorly, he is famous for being in the frontline concerning computer science, mathematics as well as theoretical physics. Additionally, he was popular, having been named an inaugural fellow of the American Mathematical Society in 2012. He also the founder of Wolfram Research, a software company.
Stephen Wolfram has been very successful throughout the years.
Stephen Wolfram started his career with difficulties in arithmetic learning. He had written a physics directory by the age of 12 as well as three books on particle physics by age 14. At 15 years, he ventured into quantum field theory as well as particle physics, where he was involved in the publishing of scientific papers. He published till in his early 20’s.
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Stephen Wolfram’s personal life has been a secret to the public. However, it is known that he is married to a mathematician. Together with his wife, they have been blessed with four lovely children, but their names are not revealed.
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|Full/Real Name||Stephen Wolfram|
|Age (as of today)||62 years|
|Date of Birth||August 29, 1959|
|Place of Birth||London, England, United Kingdom|
|Height||1.75 m, 5 feet 9 inches|
|Weight||64 kg, 141 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$200 million|
|Occupation||Businessman, Computer Scientist, Physicist|
Height, Weight, and Age
Stephen Wolfram's height is pretty average measuring 1.75 m. Stephen Wolfram weighs 64 kg. Being born on August 29, 1959, translates to an age of 62 years as of todays date (July 7, 2022).
There are a few very small incompatible changes – I really doubt most people will ever run into them.Stephen Wolfram
You kind of alluded to it in your introduction. I mean, for the last 300 or so years, the exact sciences have been dominated by what is really a good idea, which is the idea that one can describe the natural world using mathematical equations.Stephen Wolfram
The fact that the same symbolic programming primitives work for those as work for math kinds of things, I think, really validates the idea of symbolic programming being something pretty general.Stephen Wolfram
So the thing I realized rather gradually – I must say starting about 20 years ago now that we know about computers and things – there’s a possibility of a more general basis for rules to describe nature.Stephen Wolfram
The thing that got me started on the science that I’ve been building now for about 20 years or so was the question of okay, if mathematical equations can’t make progress in understanding complex phenomena in the natural world, how might we make progress?Stephen Wolfram