Tag: machine learning

Smart projects for the Raspberry Pi Zero

Voice as an Interface

Using voice as an interface has been terrible in the past, and felt more like a gamble than accurate control. But with recent improvements in speech recognition and natural language understanding, smart assistants conquered our homes. But can a voice interface actually be useful and more than just a fun toy to show off? Why…
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Project ideas for audio machine learning

Project ideas for audio machine learning

Add a microphone hat to your Raspberry Pi and make some cool audio detection based projects. We assembled some ideas for projects if you want to dive into audio machine learning. 1. Ninja robot vacuum cleaner Give your robot vacuum cleaner ninja-like stealth abilities. It could listen for human activity, like voice and footsteps to…
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The hidden value of audio data

Use machine learning to uncover the hidden value of audio data

A hidden treasure Audio is one of the five human senses and carries surprisingly much information. Close your eyes and listen to some sounds nearby. Chances are you can get a pretty good overview of what’s going on around you. You can hear cars passing by and count them. You can estimate how fast they…
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