Generate a Random Password With Wolfram Alpha

  • September 6, 2011
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Generate a Random Password With Wolfram Alpha

This is something I just learned by reading the blog Tricks Machine. The computational knowledge engine Wolfram Alpha automatically generates a strong password by typing in the words “Password of 10 characters” or “Password of 15 characters.”

Wolfram Alpha will automatically generate passwords with numeric and alphanumeric characters.

Wolfram Alpha will create a more complex password if you select “Use specific password rules.”

Very cool trick!

Wolfram/Alpha First Computational Search Engine

  • May 18, 2009
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Looking for something beyond search as we know it. Look to Wolfram/Alpha. The search engine looks to compute answers to questions based on known facts. For example if you type in your birth date you get difference from today, sunrise and sunset, duration of daylight and moon. When I types in my city, Seattle, Wolfram/Alpha gave city population, metro area population, time, weather, elevation, and closest city. Enter in any math formula the search engine will give the answer. Very cool concept, check site out at wolframalpha.com.

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