In this episode, host Matt Taylor chats with VP of Research Subutai Ahmad about Numenta’s current research into deep learning. They discuss how neuroscience can help address the inherent problems in deep learning, the different types of sparsity, and the future research plans at Numenta.
In this episode, Matt Taylor sits down once again with Numenta co-founder Jeff Hawkins to talk about how we define intelligence. This episode is also available in video format.
In this episode, Matt Taylor chats with Numenta VP Research Subutai Ahmad, who shares his experience at this year’s COSYNE conference in Lisbon, Portugal. Subutai answers questions about the poster he presented with Professor Carmen Varela on the thalamus.
In this episode, Matt Taylor chats with Numenta co-founder Jeff Hawkins, who shares his speculative thoughts about the thalamus and the role it plays in intelligence. This episode is the first of several where we’ll be sharing casual conversations on a variety of topics with Jeff and our VP of Research, Subutai Ahmad.
In part 2 of this interview with Dr. Konrad Kording, Matt Taylor and Dr. Kording exchange ideas about motor representations in the brain, intentionality, time-warping in neurons, and causality. Dr. Kording is a professor at UPenn, known for his contributions to the fields of motor control, neural data methods, and computational neuroscience.