“ Smart people. ”
— Kristofer P. on Feb 12, 2011.
“ HTM's are going to be part of the future of cognitive systems. For anyone who's an Asimov fan, the HTM is the closest thing to a positronic brain we've got so far. Numenta's provided the Vision Toolkit. It's an awesome place to start. See videos on You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=numenta+vision&search_type=&aq=f ”
— David on Jan 7, 2011.
“ Very good. Very smart and experienced ”
— tony h. on Jan 6, 2011.
“ Awesome! Just wish we met a little more frequently. ”
— Michael D. H. on Jan 6, 2011.
“ Others should join because HTM is on its way to becoming a revolutionary technology. It isn't there quite yet, but getting in early is always a good idea. ”
— Kevin O. on Jun 20, 2009.
“ HTM's can be daunting at first. If you want to work on a hands-on HTM project with support and discussion from others, or just want to learn more about the technology, this is a good group. ”
— Subutai A. on Jun 18, 2009.
“ HTMs and Numenta are on the cutting edge of pattern recognition technology. If you're interested in the business and science of HTMs this forum will provide you with a great venue to meet with your peers. ”
— Moshik R. on Jun 18, 2009.
“ Get up to speed on HTM and the problems people are working on. ”
— Phillip S. on Oct 29, 2008.
“ Hard to tell after one meeting where this group is going. If nothing else it serves to introduce and invite new people to consider HTMs and to keep enthusiasm going. All of us must get our hands dirty in HTMs. It may be that for people actually working on implementing HTMs, online discussion groups and Wikis, etc may be more productive because one can have a more or les continuos exchange of ideas. Still, face to face meetings are useful. Another, quieter meeting place is needed. As mentioned above there is no clear direction as yet for the group. ”
— Gregory S. on Feb 10, 2011.