Raspberry Pi’s new AIY kit Voice HAT board brings Google’s AI to smart gadgets
Monday, 8 May 2017 () Over the past couple of years, big technology companies like Microsoft, Google, Amazon and Samsung have been shifting their focus on artificial intelligence (AI). They have also released parts of their system to allow developers work on getting apps, services and smart devices powered by AI. Also, last month, Google released its Assistant SDK (software development kit) for third-party developers, allowing them to build the Google Assistant into any smart device. Google has also partnered Raspberry Pi for AIY (Artificial Intelligence Yourself), which aims to bring natural language processing to Pi with ‘Voice HAT’ (Hardware Accessory on Top) board and a speaker. The board will allow you to control the Raspberry Pi 3 similar to Google Home and Amazon Echo.
Raspberry Pi meets Google Voice in the latest DIY AIY project for tinkerers. A free hardware kit shipped with the latest issue of The MagPi allows subscribers to turn their Raspberry Pi into a voice-controlled virtual system. Inside the magazine, you’ll find a Google Voice Hardware Attached on Top...
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