How to build your own AI system with Google and Raspberry Pi – CIO

CIO How to build your own AI system with Google and Raspberry Pi CIO Google's Voice Kit comprises a natural language recognizer powered by a Raspberry Pi that can be paired with the Google Assistant to create your own personal Amazon Echo, all in the size of a small cube. This is the basis of Google's AIY Project: …

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This column is from The MagPi issue 57 . You can download a PDF of the full issue for free, or subscribe to receive the print edition in your mailbox or the digital edition on your tablet. All proceeds from the print and digital editions help the Raspberry Pi Foundation achieve its charitable goals.

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Raspberry Pi Resources: coding for all ages

Following a conversation in the Pi Towers kitchen about introducing coding to a slightly older demographic, we sent our Events Assistant Olivia on a mission to teach her mum how to code. Here she is with her findings

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Steampunk laptop powered by Pi: OMG so fancy!

In this digital age, where backup computers and multiple internet-connected devices are a must, maker phrazelle  built this beautiful Raspberry Pi-powered steampunk laptop for his girlfriend. And now we all want one.

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Sense HAT Emulator Upgrade

Last year, we partnered with  Trinket to develop a web-based emulator for the Sense HAT , the multipurpose add-on board for the Raspberry Pi. Today, we are proud to announce an exciting new upgrade to the emulator

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Tiny LEGO Macintosh Classic with Pi inside

While he and his son played with LEGO, Berlin-based programmer Jannis Hermanns had the urge to build a replica of one of the first computers he remembers using: the Macintosh Classic . Cut to the addition of a Raspberry Pi Zero running Docker , and an e-paper display, and you have yourself the cutest tech build to blow up my inbox in a while

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Raspberry Turk: a chess-playing robot

Computers and chess have been a potent combination ever since the appearance of the first chess-playing computers in the 1970s. You might even be able to play a game of chess on the device you are using to read this blog post! For digital makers, though, adding a Raspberry Pi into the mix can be the first step to building something a little more exciting

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Power Up Your Raspberry Pi With Your Very Own Version of Alexa – Geek

Geek Power Up Your Raspberry Pi With Your Very Own Version of Alexa Geek Matrix Labs has been hard at work creating a special AI voice recognition system for the Raspberry Pi , and now it seems to have come to fruition. After running a successful crowdfunding campaign to fund the project, we've gotten a look at the “Voice …

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