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Hierarchical Temporal Memory Challenge / Competition with prizes organized by NuPIC

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Hi All,

This is announcement of HTM challenge organized by Numenta. Please see below information provided by organizers.


The HTM Challenge is an online contest to create real world applications with HTM technology.

HTM (Hierarchical Temporal Memory) is a detailed computational framework for understanding the neocortex. Numenta has developed extensive HTM learning algorithms that are available through the NuPIC open source community. We're looking for complete applications using real-world data sets and HTM technology as a core part of its feature set. Your submissions can use any HTM implementation you like, but if you’re new to HTM or you need some ideas to get you started, check out this video of potential applications.­

When is it? The contest is open for submissions now through November 6 and culminates at an on-site day of presentations and demos at the San Mateo County History Museum on November 14. Anyone can join the fun and have a chance to win cool prizes, valued at $6,000. Can’t make it to Silicon Valley? You can still participate remotely. Can I participate without submitting an application? YES! All are welcome to attend our on-site event on Saturday, November 14. It promises to be a fun-filled day with presentations, demonstrations and world leaders in machine intelligence converging at a historic site in the heart of downtown Redwood City, CA.­ In addition to the Saturday event, we invite you to attend the NuPIC Meetup on Friday, November 13. Join us at our Numenta offices from 3:00-9:00pm to meet the NuPIC community, hear some great speakers and enjoy a relaxed evening of networking. RSVP here.­ Where can I find out more? For questions about the challenge, you can join our Gitter chat room and talk with us live.­

For questions about Numenta, visit­ About Numenta Numenta, Inc. was formed in 2005 to develop biologically-inspired machine intelligence technology for both commercial and scientific use.­­­ What is NuPIC? NuPIC, the Numenta Platform for Intelligent Computing, comprises a set of open source learning algorithms that were first described in a white paper published by Numenta in 2009. The learning algorithms faithfully capture how layers of neurons in the neocortex learn.

The white paper has been translated into seven languages by volunteers and has generated considerable interest among developers and research scientists.­


Please note NYC AL & DL group is not affiliated with NuPIC, so shall you have any further questions please contact organizers directly.

All best,

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