I was searching around for old Zeta1 algorithm related stuff. And I came across this page linking to the original Zeta1 publication. Some clicking around I found a paper by Alex Pappachen James using Zeta1 for facial recolonization. Scroll down the pages you’ll find the authors have published quite a few HTM papers in the past few years. Like this one Using HTM for word recognizition, Analog HTM circut , Neuromemristive Circuits for Edge Computing, etc…
I am quite curious that these papers aren’t brought to the forums more. There’s a healthy amount of practical information about applying HTM to real world problems. Which is what we (as a community) quite struggle at.
But the papers are not of top quality. - I have read the word recognition paper (thanks university VPN). It seems legit-ish. It looks very like what a hardware engineer writes and is quite poor on evaluating the ML part. I guess I trust IEEE enough to give it a pass. The other papers follows the same trend; good hardware talk but you need to squint to see what they are doing in the ML section.
What do you think?