Pi – The Personal Assistant – Speech Recognition (Raspberry Pi + IBM® Watson)

Not as nice as having AI run independently on a Pi (like the Microsoft example shared yesterday), but this is another example of ML being used on a Pi…

… this example for Speech recognition requires Watson cloud services and subscription, but thought I would share in case anyone is interested.

Pi – The Personal Assistant – Speech Recognition (Raspberry Pi + IBM® Watson) – Prototype for a voice enabled personal assistant built on Raspberry Pi using IBM Watson services
Learn how to build your own voice enabled Personal Assistant that listens, understands & responds with your Raspberry Pi
https://developer.ibm.com/recipes/tutorials/pi-the-personal-assistant-raspberry-pi-ibm-watson/

… same would be just as easily achieved using Cortana (https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/Cortana) or Google (https://cloud.google.com/speech/).

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