April 11, 2014

Meet Jasper, an open-source, Siri-like virtual assistant for Raspberry Pi

Over the past year or so, we've seen the Raspberry Pi mini-PC used for some very cool projects, including a Lego-botall-in-one PC3D printer, and even a drone.

Now we have another intriguing use for the Pi: An automated personal assistant.

Two Princeton University students have a new open source project called Jasper that is basically a Siri or Google Now clone running on the Raspberry Pi. It's an always-on system constantly waiting for voice commands that you can hack together to use in your home.

Read more at PCWorld.

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