Videos, Podcasts and More

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.
  • Biological and Machine Intelligence (BAMI) This living book (Biological And Machine Intelligence) documents our framework for both biological and machine intelligence.
  • 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.
The Hard Unsolved Problems in HTM Theory
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