Thursday, March 22, 2007


Numenta -

The first release of the Numenta Platform for Intelligent Computing (NuPIC) is a research release targeted at sophisticated developers for the purpose of education and experimentation. NuPIC implements a hierarchical temporal memory system (HTM) patterned after the human neocortex. We expect NuPIC to be used on problems that, generally speaking, involve identifying patterns in complex data. The ultimate applications likely will include vision systems, robotics, data mining and analysis, and failure analysis and prediction.

There's a Windows version now available (with the engine running on a Linux cluster in California). You have to register to have a play, and the source code is available for those of a more adventurous kind. As pointed out you don't need to register :)


TheInnerVoice said...

Actually, for the demonstration application, you don't have to register. You just have to download it!

fb4 said...

Thanks, my bad, the website was just confirming my account when I downloaded it as I had already registered