After a couple episodes of deep neuroscience, co-host Christy Maver takes us back to the business side of things in an interview with Numenta CEO Donna Dubinsky. They discuss the challenge of navigating a dual mission, why Donna believes it’s important even for non-neuroscientists to understand how the brain works, and where she believes the company is going.
Continuing his Interview with a Neuroscientist series, host Matt Taylor talks to Blake Richards, Assistant Professor and Associate Fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR). They discuss segregated dendrites, persistence of memory, loss functions, and more.
Continuing his Interview with a Neuroscientist series, host Matt Taylor sits down with Alex Vaughan, scientist, entrepreneur, and founder of MapNeuro, Inc. Alex talks about how all fields of science are connected, and how business and science can be used together to better understand the brain and intelligence.
In this interview with Cortical.io CEO and Co-Founder Francisco Webber, host Christy Maver asks about Cortical.io’s unique, brain-based approach to natural language understanding. Francisco discusses the advantages of their patented semantic folding methodology over other machine learning, statistical-based approaches, and the many natural language use cases the company addresses.
New to Numenta? Bit of a beginner in brain theory? Then tune in to this 20 minute conversation with Numenta On Intelligence Podcast hosts Christy Maver and Matt Taylor. They break down the top 5 things you need to know about Numenta, including key resources to learn more and how you can get involved.