Until now, Wolfram Alpha's computational knowledge engine was mostly tied to the project's website. Starting today, however, users will also be able to use the Wolfram Alpha Widget Builder to bring some of Wolfram Alpha's power to their own sites. The service, which is launching as a public beta today, allows anybody to quickly create a Wolfram Alpha-powered widget without any programming knowledge. Later this year, Wolfram also plans to re-launch the Wolfram Alpha API, which is currently too expensive for most developers (even students currently pay a minimum of $60 to use the API).
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