Four short links: 30 November 2017

Object Models, Open Source Voice Recognition, IoT OS, and High-Speed Robot Wars

By Nat Torkington
November 30, 2017
  1. Object Modelsa (very) brief run through the inner workings of objects in four very dynamic languages. Readable and informative. (via Simon Willison)
  2. Mozilla Releases Open Source Voice Recognition and Voice Data Setwe have included pre-built packages for Python, NodeJS, and a command-line binary that developers can use right away to experiment with speech recognition. Data set features samples from more than 20,000 people, reflecting a diversity of voices globally.
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  4. FreeRTOS — Amazon adds sync and promises OTA updates. Very clever from Amazon: this is foundational software for IoT.
  5. Japanese Sumo Robots (YouTube) — omg, the speed of these robots. (via BoingBoing)
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