To help you learn about our theory and technology, we have created a number of videos, podcasts and educational resources. They are designed for anyone who wants to learn more about our cortical theory and HTM technology.
Videos• From keynote presentations to invited talks to cortical animations, view our library of videos to see our research developments firsthand.
Numenta On Intelligence Podcast• Our podcast is about intelligence – how it works in the brain, what the key principles are, and how to apply those principles to machine learning systems.
Other Podcasts• Occasionally, our CEO Donna Dubinsky and Co-Founder Jeff Hawkins appear as guests on other podcasts.
HTM School • This YouTube series is designed to educate the general public about Hierarchical Temporal Memory (HTM). Each 10-15 minute episode dives into a particular topic.
HTM Forum • If you’re interested in discussing our work, or developing and implementing our technology, join our open source discussion forum.
Legacy Applications • Early example applications of HTM technology focused on anomaly detection for streaming data.
Numenta Anomaly Benchmark (NAB) • We created NAB in order to be able to measure and compare results from algorithms designed to find anomalies in streaming data.
On Intelligence• Read the book where Jeff first shared many of the core concepts of our theories. Intended for a lay scientific audience, On Intelligence provides a nice introduction to anyone interested in understanding how the human brain works and what intelligence is.
Video: The Hard Unsolved Problems in HTM Theory (1:00:00)