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For questions related to Numenta's Hierarchical Temporal Memory (HTM), which is a biologically-constrained theory of intelligence originally described in the book On Intelligence (by J. Hawkins and S. Blakeslee).

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What are the real applications of hierarchical temporal memory?

What are the real applications of hierarchical temporal memory (HTM) in machine learning (ML) these days?
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What are the strengths of the Hierarchical Temporal Memory model compared to competing models?

What are the strengths of the Hierarchical Temporal Memory model compared to competing models such as 'traditional' Neural Networks as used in deep learning? And for those strengths are there other ...
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Biological analogy for boosting and inhibition idea in Hierarchical Temporal Memory (HTM)

I've just watched the 9th episode of HTM school about the "boosting" and "inhibition" ideas. However, I couldn't find the neuroscience counterpart of these terms and concepts. Since HTM is a ...
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What are the flaws in Jeff Hawkins's AI framework?

In 2004 Jeff Hawkins, inventor of the palm pilot, published a very interesting book called On Intelligence, in which he details a theory how the human neocortex works. This theory is called Memory-...
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