Jeff Hawkins and Subutai Ahmad deliver the opening keynote for Cornell Silicon Valley 2017. They discuss Numenta, how our biological AI approach differs from others, the current state of neuroscience research, and what we’ve learned so far. This is a trimmed video of the talk with permission from Cornell University.
This webinar provides an overview of the current state of our HTM technology, with an emphasis on the software implementation and example applications. The Q&A session at the end of the webinar answers some popular user questions.
These 2014 videos by Jeff Hawkins on what the brain says about machine intelligence and the foundations of machine intelligence provide an overview of HTM and associated topics. However, the comments on these subjects in the videos are out of date.
This video talk on Applications of Hierarchical Temporal Memory (HTM) was delivered at an October 2014 Numenta workshop. In the talk, Chetan Surpur discusses the current implementations of our HTM technology, the future of data analytics, and examples of HTM applications.
This video talk on Sparse Distributed Representations (SDRs) by Numenta VP of Research, Subutai Ahmad, was given at an October 2014 Numenta workshop and covers a subset of the topics in the BAMI chapter on SDRs.