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Topic: Wolfram Alpha's response on "Who is Euler?"
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Richard Fateman

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Re: Wolfram Alpha's response on business model
Posted: May 21, 2009 12:51 PM
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Nasser Abbasi wrote:
> So, unless you are really famous person, WA would not know anything about
> you.

Abraham Lincoln works
Ulysses Grant does not

> Only very important people are stored in WA databases.

Once you become a
> very important person (really important) then WA would answer personal
> information about you, I am sure.

I think Grant has lost his chance to become important. He won the Civil
War, and was US president.

Try the classic "who is buried in Grant's tomb?" then try
for the answer.

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