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Building an HTM

From: David
Sent on: Sunday, May 3, 2009 9:43 PM
Hi Everyone,
As Greg recently announced, I volunteered to organize this meetup group, and those at the meeting thought it'd be ok.

I've been working with HTMs for 3 years (part of Numenta's Partner Program) and have construted many HTM's to process lots of data for my company.
My focus has been on the prediction capabilities of HTM's and it's only recently that they've released the prediction suite, which I've not been able to use. I had to roll my own using Python.

I'd like to give a presentation at our next meeting on building, tuning and using HTM's. I'd also like to have some of you present your ideas for applications of HTM.
It could be anything from visually identifying errors in a product, and classifying the causes of those errors, to trying to predict the next location of H1N1 (swine) flu.

I'll be sending out hte minutes of last meeting very soon.

Welcome all to the next meeting, TBA


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