Written by Charmaine Lai, Numenta Sr. Marketing Specialist

Numenta’s commitment to open science has been clear since we launched our open source project in 2013: we release our day-to-day research code to Github and publish our research meetings on YouTube.

Our research meetings are the cornerstone of everything we do…


Written by Charmaine Lai, Numenta Marketing Associate

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…


Written by Lawrence Spracklen, Numenta Director of Machine Learning Architecture

In my previous blog post, I discussed our recent announcement that we had leveraged extreme sparsity to improve deep neural network inference performance by over 112X. …


Written by Lawrence Spracklen, Numenta Director of Machine Learning Architecture

For anyone who has been watching the AI landscape over the last decade, the explosion in popularity in deep neural networks (DNNs) has been incredible to watch. DNNs have become the models of choice for an ever-increasing range of application…


Written by Christy Maver (Numenta VP of Marketing) and Dr. Michael Riendeau

We recently started a video series of conversations with leading intellectuals on the topics outlined in A Thousand Brains by Jeff Hawkins. …


Written by Charmaine Lai, Numenta Marketing Associate

Geoffrey Hinton recently published a paper “ How to Represent Part-Whole Hierarchies in a Neural Network” and presented a new theory called GLOM.

We’ve been getting a lot of questions lately as to the differences between Hinton’s GLOM model and Numenta’s Thousand Brains…


Written by Karan Grewal, Numenta Research Staff Member

Early in life, humans first learn to walk, and then a few years later, they learn to ride bicycles, and finally, as young adults, they learn to drive cars. In learning how to do each new task, humans don’t forget previous ones…


Written by Charmaine Lai (Numenta Marketing Associate) and Niels Leadholm

If you’ve watched our research meetings for the past few weeks, you may see a fresh face or hear a new voice on our videos. That is the face and voice of a PhD student Niels Leadholm, who spent 12…


Written by Charmaine Lai, Numenta Marketing Associate

AlphaGo, a computer Go program developed by Google DeepMind, might have beaten 18-time world champion Lee Sedol at a Go match, but Lee used a mere 20 Watts to operate, less power than a lightbulb. …


Written by Lucas Souza, Numenta Research Staff Member

About a year ago, in the post The Case for Sparsity in Neural Networks, Part 1: Pruning , we discussed the advent of sparse neural networks, and the paradigm shift that signals models can also learn by exploring the space of possible…

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