We're glad to announce that Version 12.0 of Mathematica and the Wolfram Language is here—and it's a big one. This major update introduces several hundred new functions in a range of areas, including mathematics and geometry, visualization, audio and image processing, machine learning, and more, as well as provides a major overhaul to the Mac and Linux notebook interfaces and numerous systemwide performance enhancements. Some key new features include:
These are just a few of the highlights from this release, which also includes an experimental Wolfram Compiler, a comprehensive new Microcontroller Kit, a bidirectional Unity game engine interface and expanded knowledge and functionality for Entity and EntityStore.
You can find out more about these and other Version 12 additions by reading through Stephen Wolfram's launch-day blog post and looking at the Summary of New Features in 12.