Our research meetings are the cornerstone of everything we do. It’s where we share hypotheses, review papers, and often invite other researchers to share their work. Here are our most popular research meetings from the previous 12 months – just in case you missed them!
Are you a machine learning researcher looking for better learning algorithms? Interested in how neuroscience research can help inform the development of artificial intelligence systems? Brains@Bay may be the Meetup group for you! Brains@Bay is a meetup hosted by Numenta with the goal of bringing together experts and practitioners at the intersection of neuroscience and AI.
Can CPUs leverage sparsity? In this blog post, our Director of ML Architecture Lawrence Spracklen compares Numenta’s FPGA sparse model performance with the performance of sparse models running on modern CPUs.
Both the monetary and environmental costs of AI continue to increase precipitously. In this blog post, our Director of ML Architecture Lawrence Spracklen explains Numenta’s neuroscience approach to sparsity in machine learning and how this approach can provide significant performance gains and massive energy savings.
How can we apply the ideas of a Thousand Brains Theory to pedagogy? We talked to Dr. Michael Riendeau and his two students, Ranger Fair and Jacob Shalmi from Eagle Hill School about how the theory can be beneficial to educators and students.