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  • March Madness in the Mountains – Numenta’s Cosyne 2018 Report
    March Madness in the Mountains – Numenta’s Cosyne 2018 Report

    Scott Purdy and Subutai Ahmad recap Numenta's Cosyne 2018 experience and share the posters and talks they found interesting. This Cosyne, we presented two posters and a workshop, which led to meetings and several in-depth discussions with other neuroscientists. It was a busy, but very rewarding week!...

    NumentaNumentaSubutai Ahmad & Scott Purdy
  • The Thousand Brains Model of Intelligence
    The Thousand Brains Model of Intelligence

    In our paper, A Theory of How Columns in the Neocortex Enable Learning the Structure of the World, we proposed that a single cortical column can learn models of complete objects through movement. Jeff Hawkins and Christy Maver explain our “Thousand Brains Model of Intelligence” and its implications for AI in this blog....

    NumentaNumentaJeff Hawkins & Christy Maver
  • Neuromorphic Chip Modeling Dendritic Spikes Debuts at NICE
    Neuromorphic Chip Modeling Dendritic Spikes Debuts at NICE

    Neuromorphic chips, which emulate neurons in silicon, are essentially the hardware for the future of AI. The Human Brain Project’s Neuromorphic team recently unveiled a chip called BrainScaleS-2 that models neurons consistent with the model described in our 2016 paper “Why Neurons Have Thousands of Synapses.”...

    Christy MaverChristy MaverVP of Marketing
  • Berkeley Brings Brain Theory Conference to the Bay
    Berkeley Brings Brain Theory Conference to the Bay

    Earlier this year, the Simons Institute at Berkeley kicked off a new program called The Brain and Computation. Numenta research engineer Scott Purdy attended the workshop, Representation, Coding and Computation in Neural Circuits, and shares how the workshop relates to Numenta's brain theory in this blog....

    Joanne CuaJoanne CuaMarketing Associate
  • Navigating Numenta’s Brain Theory through a Progression of Papers
    Navigating Numenta’s Brain Theory through a Progression of Papers

    Numenta has two missions: reverse-engineer the neocortex to understand how we learn and behave and enable technology based on brain theory. Our progress to date can be summarized by two important discoveries. Here’s a summary of Numenta's brain theory, as explained by Christy Maver....

    Christy MaverChristy MaverVP of Marketing
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