Our core algorithms are AGPL Version 3, but there are ways you can experiment with our technology without being constrained. We offer both a commercial license option (more details soon) and a trial license, which allows you to experiment temporarily without affecting your codebase with the AGPL, giving you time to decide whether a commercial license is worth it.
Commercial licenses are also available from Numenta.
The goal of the license is to require that enhancements to NuPIC be released to the community.
Our CEO, Donna Dubinsky, wrote a blog post about our Patent Position.
In order to experiment with our technology without the constraints of the AGPL, you may sign up for our trial license. This will allow you to work under a temporary license and create a proof-of-concept and decide later whether to convert to a commercial license or go AGPL.
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