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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Making Memories and Applying them

Repeating and updating this post because I think there is considerable value in the application of Associative memory systems.  

I had the opportunity to read a draft of this book during a long flight and was very impressed.   Associative memory  is a big part of our technical future.

Saffron Technologies forthcoming book: Making Memories, Applying Neuron-inspired Associative Memories to National, Business and Consumer Intelligence by Manuel Aparicio IV

See their blog.

In the enterprise we closely examined the application of associative memories for enterprise experience storage and retrieval applications.  It is relates well to neural network techniques.   I have met with Saffron several times and am impressed with this rare and complete application of this leading edge work.

" .. Making Memories tells a story about the science, technology and business of Saffron's new approach to capturing and reasoning from the "memories" of your data. It's what Saffron calls "Experience Management." ... These sections will give you a strong sense of what Making Memories is about: How an old idea -- human thought processes and how they work -- is being applied to create a completely new arena of data analytics for business that surpasses the need for rules and statistics.
We believe the book is very timely given today's data management challenges ... "

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