Numenta Achieves 123x Inference Performance Improvement for BERT Transformers on Intel Xeon Processor Family
Numenta neuroscience-based AI technology is enabling deep learning models to achieve two orders of magnitude throughput speed-up while maintaining low latencies. Transformative Possibilities for NLP and Other Real-Time Applications Through New Numenta Beta Program REDWOOD CITY, CA – JANUARY 10, 2023— Applying its decades of neuroscience research to the development of deep learning technologies, Numenta …
Numenta Demonstrates 100x Performance Acceleration in Deep Learning Networks Using Sparse Techniques
In a new white paper released today, Numenta detailed how it used sparse algorithms derived from its neuroscience research to achieve breakthrough performance in machine learning in a proof-of-concept demonstration.
A Thousand Brains, a new book by Jeff Hawkins, introduces a novel theory of intelligence with implications for AI and for the future of humanity
What is intelligence? Every human ability, from science, engineering, and agriculture, to art and literature, is created by the cells in our heads. How simple cells create our intelligence is perhaps the most important question of all time. A Thousand Brains presents a new theory that will have long-lasting implications not only for neuroscience, but the field of artificial intelligence and the long-term survival of our species.
Numenta Demonstrates 50x Speed Improvements on Deep Learning Networks Using Brain-Derived Algorithms
Using algorithms derived from its neuroscience research, Numenta announced today it has achieved dramatic performance improvements on inference tasks in deep learning networks without any loss in accuracy.
A new paper published in Frontiers in Neural Circuits titled, A Framework for Intelligence and Cortical Function Based on Grid Cells in the Neocortex, proposes a new way to understand how the neocortex works. Numenta’s Thousand Brains Theory of Intelligence offers significant implications for the fields of neuroscience and artificial intelligence.
In a new research paper titled A Framework for Intelligence and Cortical Function Based on Grid Cells in the Neocortex, Numenta researchers propose a broad framework for understanding what the neocortex does and how it works. Numenta’s Thousand Brains Theory of Intelligence offers significant implications for the fields of neuroscience and artificial intelligence.
In the Numenta Columns paper, they proposed a theory for how the brain learns models of objects through movement. The theory is an important piece of their goal to reverse-engineer the neocortex. In a blog titled “The Secret to Strong AI” on Medium, Jeff Hawkins describes the importance of the new theory to AGI.
Neuroscience and machine intelligence researchers at Numenta reveal Hierarchical Temporal Memory (HTM)’s results on real-time anomaly detection. They have described the technique in a new peer-reviewed paper, Unsupervised real-time anomaly detection for streaming data, published in a special issue of Neurocomputing.
Numenta’s paper, “Continuous Online Sequence Learning with an Unsupervised Neural Network Model”, looks at Numenta’s HTM vs. other machine learning techniques, including RNNs like LSTM and echo-state networks. The paper was published in MIT Press’ Neural Computation journal.
Numenta has released HTM Studio for anomaly detection, a desktop tool that makes it easy for businesses to experiment with advanced machine intelligence algorithms to uncover anomalies in their streaming data.