|Industry||Analytics, Machine Learning|
|Founded||Redwood City, California
(March 24, 2005 )
|Founder(s)||Jeff Hawkins, Donna Dubinsky, Dileep George|
|Headquarters||Redwood City, California, U.S.|
|Key people||Donna Dubinsky (CEO),
Jeff Hawkins (Co-founder),
|Products||Grok Solutions to automatically and intelligently act on data streams|
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Grok, formerly named Numenta, is a company founded March 24, 2005, by Palm founder Jeff Hawkins with his longtime business partner Donna Dubinsky and Stanford graduate student Dileep George. It is headquartered in Redwood City, California.
The company was officially renamed Grok in 2013, to emphasize its transition from a research-based venture to a commercial product.
In the 2004 book On Intelligence, Hawkins and co-author Sandra Blakeslee explain a theory of the neocortex. This theory is the basis for Numenta's technology, called Hierarchical Temporal Memory (HTM).
Grok is the flagship product and shares its name with the company. Grok ingests data streams and creates actionable predictions in real time. Grok's automated modeling and continuous learning capabilities makes it uniquely suited to drive intelligent action from fast data.
Legacy / Research Products
The Numenta Platform for Intelligent Computing (NuPIC) is a set of tools and a runtime engine, including embedded learning algorithms, that enables self-training and pattern recognition based on the theories of Hierarchical Temporal Memory (HTM).
The Research Release of NuPIC was announced on March 5, 2007.
A version for the Microsoft Windows operating system was announced on August 29, 2007.
Although Numenta has removed access to whole legacy contents and code you can find the last versions here
The NuPIC Open Source Project
Numenta announced in June 2013 that it would open-source the core software underlying Grok. This was accompanied by the new Numenta.org website and a mailing list for community members. A number of contributors from around the world have since joined, and topics on the mailing list have included both discussions of the HTM theory as well as details of development of the software.
A series of hackathons, started in Summer 2013, allow community members to meet up and collaborate on particular aspects of NuPIC and its applications.
- "Numenta Changes Name to Grok". Retrieved 23 May 2013.
- Numenta - numenta.com
- Press - numenta.com
- Press - numenta.com
- Numenta.org website
- Grok website
- Numenta Formed by Jeff Hawkins to Apply Neuroscience Research to Computing Problems
- Gartner Fellows Interview with Jeff Hawkins Founder of Numenta on 2 March 2006
- Wired magazine article underlying details and giving background information on Numenta.
- Guardian Newspaper 10 April 2008 article providing a general introduction to Numenta.
- "The Brainy Learning Algorithms of Numenta" December 2010 article in Technology Review
- NuPIC Open Source Project
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