Following a recent New York Times story on Numenta and co-founder Jeff Hawkins, VP of Research Subutai Ahmad lays out Numenta’s framework for Open Science and collaboration that the company has been developing over the last five years. Read the blog to learn about Numenta’s practices, some of which are standard practices at Universities and some of which are highly unusual.
Intelletic Trading Systems LLC (ITS) became a commercial licensee of Numenta in May 2018. They use HTM to develop a fully autonomous trading platform for futures and other financial instruments. In this post, Christy Maver interviews Bill Zemlak, the CEO of ITS, about how they’re using HTM, the results they’ve seen so far, and what’s ahead for the company.
Learn how Numenta’s research provides insights into the evolution of the neocortex and discover how the neocortex’s location-based framework may be central to learning.
The thalamus is an often overlooked part of the brain, but over the last few decades, scientists have discovered a wealth of information about it. This blog post will cover how the thalamus works and the surprising but critical role it plays in intelligent function.
Occasionally we receive questions about our publishing strategy, such as why we share papers that have not yet been published in a scientific journal, or what is our stance on open science. Our co-founder, Jeff Hawkins, recently responded to a question about this topic that was posted on our HTM Forum. For those of you who are not active there, you can read a consolidated version of Jeff’s thoughts in this post.