I like it when people think at this level.
Wolfram wants to make the world computable, so that our computers can answer questions like “where is the International Space Station right now.” That requires a level of machine intelligence that knows what the ISS is, that it’s in space, that it is orbiting the Earth, what its speed is, and where in its orbit it is right now.
That’s not static data; that’s a combination of computation with knowledge.
As data explodes we need tools to make sense of the world. It is an exciting field of Natural Language Processing, Data with Context and Deep Analysis. There is so much to learn and so much to do.