Roll Your Own Amazon Echo on a Raspberry Pi – Hackaday

Hackaday Roll Your Own Amazon Echo on a Raspberry Pi Hackaday Speech recognition coupled with AI is the new hotness. Amazon's Echo is a pretty compelling device, for a largish chunk of change. But if you're interested in building something similar yourself, it's just gotten a lot easier.

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Power up your life with issue #44 of The MagPi

Another month – so that means another issue of the official Raspberry Pi magazine! We’ve got a whole host of treats in store for you in our April 2016 edition including your chance to win one of three U:Create Astro Pi kits worth £100/$145. Click the pic to be whisked into a world of Raspberry Pi ideas and inspiration The theme for this issue (and wonderfully realised by Raspberry Pi’s resident illustrator-extraordinaire Sam Alder) is ways to improve and automate your life with Raspberry Pi.

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DIY: Raspberry Pi can now morph into Amazon Echo voice assistant – Network World

Network World DIY: Raspberry Pi can now morph into Amazon Echo voice assistant Network World The Echo Pi instructions, published on Github, walk the coding-and shell-savvy through the steps required to create this DIY project (you'll need a free Amazon Developer Account). And while Amazon might forego an Echo sale, it does encourage you to ..

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LCARS touchscreen interface for your Raspberry Pi

I was invited to a dinner at Queens’ College in Cambridge a few weeks ago. I got talking to another attendee, and said enthusiastically: “Do you know, I don’t think I’ve been here since I was an undergraduate. Back then I was here every week.” “Supervisions?” “No

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