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    I’m excited to share that our first paper on sensorimotor inference has been accepted and published in the journal Frontiers in Neural Circuits. We posted an earlier version on bioRxiv in July while it was undergoing review, and the final, peer-reviewed version is now available under its new title, “A Theory of How Columns in the Neocortex Enable Learning the Structure of the World.”...

    Christy MaverChristy MaverVP of Marketing
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    As we say goodbye to summer and hello to fall, we find ourselves quite busy, and I’m happy to share several updates with you. First, we recently published a new manuscript to bioRxiv, titled “Untangling Sequences: Behavior vs. External Causes,” which looks at how the same neural mechanism can process two different types of sequences: sequences where sensory inputs change due to external factors, and sequences where inputs change due to our own behavior (sensorimotor sequences)....

    Christy MaverChristy MaverVP of Marketing
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    I’m happy to share two exciting announcements with you this month. First, we recently completed our initial paper on sensorimotor integration, “Why Does the Neocortex Have Layers and Columns, A Theory of Learning the 3D Structure of the World.” This paper articulates a major insight that Jeff had last spring when he uncovered a missing ingredient about how the brain works....

    Christy MaverChristy MaverDirector of Marketing
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    I’m pleased to announce that we published two new papers this month. The first is an article that our co-founder Jeff Hawkins was invited to write for an IEEE Spectrum Special Report titled “Can we Copy the Brain?” The report, which focuses on worldwide efforts to understand the brain and use that knowledge to enable the next generation of computing, contains a number of articles by industry experts....

    Christy MaverChristy MaverDirector of Marketing
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    I’m pleased to share that several of our employees will be speaking at upcoming events across the country over the next couple of months. These events will target a broad range of audiences, from neuroscientists to data scientists to AI enthusiasts....

    Christy MaverChristy MaverDirector of Marketing
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