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  • HTM.java Receives New Network API
    by David Ray, Community Contributor

    Greetings Earthlings! (…and otherwise affiliated) :-) We’re [ insert understatement here ] “excited?” to announce the completion of the Network API (NAPI) for the Java™ port of NuPIC. This addition to HTM.java will usher in a whole new realm of...

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  • HTM.java Receives Benchmark Harness
    by David Ray, Community Contributor

    They say in order to lead, one must have someplace to go. It’s also true that in order to arrive, one must have departed from someplace (duh! :-P). In software optimization, knowing where it is one came from, (and establishing...

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  • HTM in Java!
    by Matthew Taylor, Open Source Manager

    Introducing the feature-complete htm.java project! Thanks to a lot of effort by David Ray, the NuPIC hacker community, and Numenta’s own development staff, a fully usable version of NuPIC (minus swarming and OPF functionality ➟ coming soon!) is now available...

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  • Introducing NuPIC Studio
    by David Ragazzi, Community Contributor

    Hello NuPICers! I am introducing a nice tool for the NuPIC community. NuPIC Studio is a powerful all-in-one tool that allows users create an HTM network from scratch, train it, collect statistics, and share it among the members of the...

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  • 2014 Fall Hackathon Outcome
    by Matthew Taylor, Open Source Manager

    On October 18-19 of 2014, we held our fourth NuPIC Hackathon in San Jose at Pinger, Inc. It was a 36-hour event, starting at 10AM on Saturday, and ending with hack demos at 4PM Sunday afternoon. We started with a...

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  • Meet the NuPIC Community
    by Matthew Taylor, Open Source Manager

    You might not have heard about it, but the NuPIC mailing lists had to be migrated to a private server recently, so we had a short outage. Once the lists had been moved, I wanted to reengage our community members...

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  • Geospatial Tracking With NuPIC
    by Matthew Taylor, Open Source Manager

    We have developed and open-sourced a project called the NuPIC Geospatial Tracking Application, which demonstrates how NuPIC can be used to provide anomaly indications for geospatial data. Specifically, it can accept GPS track information in GPX format and output indications...

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  • 2014 Spring Hackathon Outcome
    by Matthew Taylor, Open Source Manager

    We had a great hackathon event this past weekend. This was our third hackathon, and it resulted in the most hackers, the most hacks, and the most productive environment yet. Even if you could not attend, I hope the videos...

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  • Introducing Season of NuPIC
    by Matthew Taylor, Open Source Manager

    Unfortunately, NuPIC was unable to participate in Google’s Summer of Code this year, but some of our community members suggested that we go ahead and host our own GSoC-like event, much like the KDE community does with their Season of...

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  • NuPIC Commercial Licenses
    by Donna Dubinsky, Co-Founder and CEO

    We created the NuPIC open source environment with the desire to build a broad community to work on these algorithms, to advance the science, and to build applications that can integrate the technology into people’s lives. We imagined academic work...

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  • CLA Quiz Office Hour
    by Matthew Taylor, Open Source Manager

    Tomorrow at 4PM Pacific, we’re holding an Office Hour for anyone interested to join in and talk about Hierarchical Temporal Memory, as implemented by Numenta within NuPIC. Jeff Hawkins and Numenta VP of Engineering Subutai Ahmad will be at this...

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  • 2013 Fall Hackathon Outcome
    by Matthew Taylor, Open Source Manager

    Last weekend’s hackathon was a lot of fun. Thanks to everyone for coming out. We gave several educational presentations and held some working sessions. The participation from the attendees was outstanding.

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  • Numenta at OSCON
    by Matthew Taylor, Open Source Manager

    At OSCON 2013 this past July, the Numenta team had the opportunity to give two presentations about cortical learning algorithms and NuPIC. Jeff Hawkins gave a short keynote talk entitled On Open Intelligence, which created a decent amount of conversation....

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  • Brains and Machine Intelligence, A Long Time Coming
    by Jeff Hawkins, Co-Founder

    Recently one of our U.S. agencies, the IARPA (Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity), put out an RFI (request for information) stating they are interested in machine learning algorithms that are based on neuroanatomy. Although this RFI is only a few...

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  • Patent Position
    by Donna Dubinsky, Co-Founder and CEO

    It’s been exciting to see the early positive reaction to our NuPIC open source project (Numenta Platform for Intelligent Computing). As part of the team that helped start this project, I’m optimistic that great work will come out of it...

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  • Hackathon Outcome
    by Matthew Taylor, Open Source Manager

    The first NuPIC Hackathon occurred over the past weekend, ending with eight demo applications from ten different participants. Even though there were some struggles getting NuPIC building and running on different platforms (we anticipated that), I consider this event a...

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  • First NuPIC Hackathon
    by Matthew Taylor, Open Source Manager

    We’re having a NuPIC Hackathon on June 21, and we have about five spaces available for more participants. First come, first served! It will be in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you are interested in attending, please contact me...

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  • Introducing NuPIC
    by Jeff Hawkins, Co-Founder

    Welcome to the NuPIC open source project. This is a good place to be if you are interested in machine intelligence and brain modeling.

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