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Numenta On Intelligence
19 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
A Thousand Brains by Jeff Hawkins - Part Three: Human Intelligence
In this final episode in the series, Jeff Hawkins, author of A Thousand Brains, talks with Christy Maver, VP of Marketing at Numenta, about the last section of his new book, Part Three: Human Intelligence. Jeff briefly discusses each chapter in this section, from why people create false beliefs to estate planning for humanity. They conclude with Jeff’s final thoughts about the book. #athousandbrainsOrder A Thousand Brains here: https://www.amazon.com/Thousand-Brains-New-Theory-Intelligence/dp/1541675819/
16 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
A Thousand Brains by Jeff Hawkins - Part Two: Machine Intelligence
In this third episode in the series, Author Jeff Hawkins talks to VP Marketing Christy Maver about Part 2 of his new book, A Thousand Brains. Part Two: Machine Intelligence, covers how a new understanding of the brain can point the way to truly intelligent AI. Jeff talks about why today’s AI is not intelligent, what we can do to change that, and why we need not fear it. #athousandbrainsOrder A Thousand Brains here: https://www.amazon.com/Thousand-Brains-New-Theory-Intelligence/dp/1541675819/
13 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
A Thousand Brains by Jeff Hawkins - Part One: A New Understanding of the Brain
In this episode, author Jeff Hawkins talks to Numenta VP of Marketing Christy Maver about Part One of his new book A Thousand Brains. Part One: A New Understanding of the Brain unpacks the primary principles behind his groundbreaking Thousand Brains Theory of Intelligence. He highlights two of the key discoveries that led to the theory’s creation and how this powerful new framework lets us look at some of neuroscience’s problems with a new lens. #athousandbrainsOrder A Thousand Brains here: https://www.amazon.com/Thousand-Brains-New-Theory-Intelligence/dp/1541675819/
8 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
A Thousand Brains by Jeff Hawkins - Introduction
A Thousand Brains: A new theory of intelligence by Jeff Hawkins tackles one of life’s greatest mysteries: what is intelligence and how does the brain create it? In this episode, Jeff talks to Numenta VP of Marketing Christy Maver about the book, offering a preview of what readers can expect, why he wrote the book, and what each of the book’s three sections cover. (Part 1: A New Understanding of the Brain, Part 2: Machine Intelligence, and Part 3: Human Intelligence.) #athousandbrainsOrder A Thousand Brains here: https://www.amazon.com/Thousand-Brains-New-Theory-Intelligence/dp/1541675819/
58 minutes | Dec 3, 2019
Episode 14: Interview with Florian Fiebig on Hebbian Learning Networks
Matt Taylor interviews Florian Fiebig, PhD, a Visiting Scientist at Numenta.
29 minutes | Oct 17, 2019
Episode 13: Subutai Ahmad on Applying HTM Ideas to Deep Learning
We're back! After a summer hiatus, we are back with a new episode. Host Matt Taylor talks to Numenta VP of Research Subutai Ahmad about the effort he has been leading in applying Numenta research and HTM principles to deep learning systems. This episode is also available as a video.
47 minutes | May 22, 2019
Episode 12: Conversation with Jeff Hawkins - On Defining Intelligence
In this episode, host Matt Taylor asks Numenta co-founder Jeff Hawkins to define intelligence. Jeff outlines 3 components of intelligence, and revisits them through the lens of the Thousand Brains theory of Intelligence. According to Jeff, "The bottom line is that Intelligence is only as good as the model that you build."
23 minutes | May 9, 2019
Episode 11: Conversation with Subutai Ahmad – On COSYNE
Host Matt Taylor interviews Numenta VP Research Subutai Ahmad about his experience at this year's COSYNE conference. They discuss: What COSYNE is all aboutWhy Numenta attendsWhat Numenta presentedThen Matt dives into the content and asks Subutai about the difference between tonic and burst modeshow cells in the cortex control modes in the thalamuswhy would cortex control modes of thalamushow TC cells detect precise sparse codes from L6what the thalamus is providing in the FF input to L6the hypotheses suggested by the poster
29 minutes | Apr 9, 2019
Episode 10: Conversation with Jeff Hawkins – On the Thalamus
In this episode, Matt Taylor, Numenta Open Source Community Manager, interviews Numenta Co-founder Jeff Hawkins about some of his latest research ideas. In particular, they discuss the thalamus.
26 minutes | Feb 22, 2019
Episode 9: Interview with a Neuroscientist - Konrad Kording Part 2
Dr. Konrad Kording is a professor at University of Pennsylvania, known for his contributions to the fields of motor control, neural data methods, and computational neuroscience. He runs the Kording Lab, or K-Lab, which focused on computational neuroscience early on and now focuses on causality in data science applications. His lab has made an impact across many fields over time, including Bayesian brains, causal effects in human behavior, and uncertainty in the brain. In this episode, Matt Taylor interviews Dr. Kording over Skype about motor representations in the brain, intentionality, time-warping in neurons, and causality. A video of this episode is available on the HTM School YouTube channel.
24 minutes | Jan 24, 2019
Episode 8: Interview with a Neuroscientist - Konrad Kording Part 1
Dr. Konrad Kording is a professor at University of Pennsylvania, known for his contributions to the fields of motor control, neural data methods, and computational neuroscience. He runs the Kording Lab, or K-Lab, which focused on computational neuroscience early on and now focuses on causality in data science applications. His lab has made an impact across many fields over time, including Bayesian brains, causal effects in human behavior, and uncertainty in the brain. In this episode, Matt Taylor interviews Dr. Kording over Skype to discuss illusions of perception, how uncertainty might be represented in the brain, and more. A video of their conversation is available on the HTM School YouTube channel.
21 minutes | Dec 31, 2018
Episode 7: Conversation with Numenta CEO Donna Dubinsky
After a couple episodes of deep neuroscience, co-host Christy Maver takes us back to the business side of things in an interview with Numenta CEO Donna Dubinsky. They discuss the challenge of navigating a dual mission, why she believes it’s important even for non-neuroscientists to understand how the brain works, and where she believes the company is going.
45 minutes | Nov 28, 2018
Episode 6: Interview with a Neuroscientist - Dr. Blake Richards
Blake Richards is Assistant Professor and Associate Fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR). Author of the papers, “Toward deep learning with segregated dendrites” and “The Persistence and Transience of Memory,” Blake answers questions about how deep learning models can incorporate segregated dendrites, whether loss functions pertain to the neocortex and what it means to identify as a theoretical neuroscientist.
37 minutes | Oct 24, 2018
Episode 5: Interview with a Neuroscientist - Alex Vaughan
Alex Vaughan is a scientist and entrepreneur, founder of MapNeuro, Inc. He’s been working at Zador Lab on groundbreaking new ways of tracking neurons and mapping them. In this episode, Alex talks about the molecules in your brain and how they control you. he describes how viruses are used as a delivery mechanism for brain mapping barcodes. You’ll also find out how your brain is like a subway.It’s not easy to map the brain, but we’re starting to understand how, thanks to many fields of science contributing to our current technological toolset. Listen in to figure out how all fields of science are connected, and how business and science can be used together to better understand the brain and intelligence.
40 minutes | Sep 18, 2018
Episode 4: Natural Language Understanding with Cortical.io's Francisco Webber
Podcast host Christy Maver interviews Francisco Webber, CEO and Co-founder of Cortical.io. Cortical.io is a strategic partner of Numenta that specializes in natural language understanding. In this episode, Francisco talks about the spark that started it all for him while watching a YouTube video of our Co-founder, Jeff Hawkins, the advantages of their patented semantic folding methodology over other machine learning, statistical-based approaches, and the many natural language use cases the company addresses.
20 minutes | Aug 28, 2018
Episode 3: New to Numenta? Top 5 Things You Need to Know
New to Numenta? Bit of a beginner in brains? Then this episode is for you. In their 20 minute conversation, Numenta On Intelligence Podcast hosts Christy Maver and Matt Taylor break down the top 5 things you need to know about Numenta, including key resources to learn more and how you can get involved.
26 minutes | Jul 18, 2018
Episode 2: Research Update with Jeff Hawkins - Part 2
In Part 2 of this two-part interview, Numenta Co-founder Jeff Hawkins and host Matt Taylor have an in-depth discussion on how HTM sequence memory builds object representations in space through movement.
33 minutes | Jul 18, 2018
Episode 1: Research Update with Jeff Hawkins - Part 1
In this in-depth interview with Numenta Co-founder Jeff Hawkins, host Matt Taylor dives deeply into concepts of location and object representation in the neocortex. In Part 1 of this 2-part interview, they discuss location, unique spaces, object compositionality & behavior, movement and learning, sequence memory, and the definition of “space” itself.
1 minutes | Jul 3, 2018
Episode 0: Numenta On Intelligence Trailer
In this episode, Numenta's Matthew Taylor and Christy Maver introduce the Numenta On Intelligence podcast. Whether you're a scientist, engineer, hobbyist, programmer, or somebody interested in discovering new things about your brain, this podcast is for you! Tune in to the Numenta On Intelligence podcast.
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