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Mairn "Introducing How to Build a Personal Voice Assistant"

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This presentation was provided by Chad Mairn of St. Petersburg College, during the NISO event "Discovery and Online Search, Part One: Drivers of Change in Online Search," held on June 12, 2019.

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Mairn "Introducing How to Build a Personal Voice Assistant"

  1. 1. Introducing How to Build a Personal Voice Assistant Image source
  2. 2. 1. Reactive 2. Limited Memory 3. Theory of Mind 4. Self-Aware Image source Types of Artificial Intelligence
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  4. 4. Voice HAT Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Microphone Speaker
  5. 5. Assembling the Components
  6. 6. Install the OS 1. Download: 2. Use to flash the .img to a MicroSD card
  7. 7. Create a Project
  8. 8. Enable Google Assistant API
  9. 9. Setup Credentials
  10. 10. Run and allow the application to access Google Assistant.
  11. 11. Experience Machine Learning!
  12. 12. Enable Cloud Speech-to-Text API
  13. 13. Modify to repeat what is said.
  14. 14. Submit a request to the Cloud Speech-to-Text API and with little latency it sends back a command or repeats whatever is said. Cloud Speech Demo Code
  15. 15. Use voice to control IoT devices Particle Photon RedBear Duo
  16. 16. Cisco IBSG predicts 50 billion connected devices by 2020! Source:
  17. 17. Actions on Google
  18. 18. Source: Uses machine learning to understand what users are saying!
  19. 19. Dialogflow Console
  20. 20. An open source machine learning framework .org/
  21. 21. Pandorabots - Build intelligent conversational agents
  22. 22. Scratch 3.0 can use Web Speech API Change the background of a web page using voice.
  23. 23. Google Duplex + Google Assistant = AI-based, human sounding voice.
  24. 24. The WWI AI Lesson: Kaiser Wilhelm II brought back to life 100 years later! Slide courtesy of Owen Cegielski, Social Studies Teacher at STEM School Highlands Ranch
  25. 25. Privacy Concerns?
  26. 26. Contact me!