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Building a Virtual Assistant for Raspberry Pi: The practical guide for constructing a voice-controlled virtual assistant by Tanay Pant

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© Tanay Pant 2016

Tanay Pant, Building a Virtual Assistant for Raspberry Pi, 10.1007/978-1-4842-2167-9_9

9. Integrating the Software with Raspberry Pi, and Next Steps

Tanay Pant

(1)Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India

In this chapter, you learn to get a Raspberry Pi running and integrate your software to work in its operating system, Raspbian. You see how this proof-of-concept software can be scaled to make a full-fledged assistant, and you go through various enhancements and use cases for Melissa.

To this point, you have successfully developed a virtual assistant that listens to you, understands what you say to some extent, and speaks back to you. It can also do a lot of useful things for you, such that tell you the time and weather, tweet, upload pictures, ...

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