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Real-life Solutions that can be developed with @Grok

Real-life Solutions that can be developed with @Grok | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
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This page presents some solutions that can be built on top of Grok, a new service that will be demonstrated in 2 days at the Amazon re:invent conference


I believe there are many more applications that those listed here. In Retail, for eCommerce prediction and fraud prevention. In Finance, for anomaly detection in the price of stocks or fasat changing data. Medical applications, weather applications, etc. etc.


For those like me that were impressed with the book "On Intelligence" and are fans of the theory behind "Singularity is near", then this feels like another small but major step in the direction of intelligent machines.

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Palm Pilot Inventor Wants to Open Source the Human Brain- real world applications from the book "On Intelligence" via @Wired

Palm Pilot Inventor Wants to Open Source the Human Brain- real world applications from the book "On Intelligence" via @Wired | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

Computer scientist and entrepreneur Jeff Hawkins -- best known as the inventor of the Palm Pilot -- has a unified theory of the brain's inner workings and has created algorithms for applying this theory to computer science. 


After leaving Handspring, Hawkins founded the Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience to study the brain full-time, and he co-authored On Intelligence with Sandra Blakeslee. In 2005, he co-founded Grok, originally known as Numenta, to turn his intelligence research into a marketable product.

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A very high level introduction and review of the work that led to Grok, a new service that will be demonstrated in 2 days at the Amazon re:invent conference


For those like me that were impressed with the book "On Intelligence" and are fans of the theory behind "Singularity is near", then this feels like another small but major step in the direction of intelligent machines.

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Grok Technology explained via @grok @numenta

Grok Technology explained via @grok @numenta | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
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This is detailed explanation of the algorithm that powers Grok, a new service that will be demonstrated in 2 days at the Amazon re:invent conference.


This is not easy reading but well worth the effort for those like me that were impressed with the book "On Intelligence" and are fans of the theory behind "Singularity is near", then this feels like another small but major step in the direction of intelligent machines.


Follow links in the grok website to the CLA algorithm whitepaper which presents the geeky version of this algorithm.

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