Siri and Raspberry Pi: A Match Made in Heaven

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lightsol

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Waay too slow to be any practical. Especially since you need to press and hold a button to even start the voice recognition, and then you need to talk, CLEARLY.

Cool use of the tech tho.
 

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[citation][nom]lightsol[/nom]Waay too slow to be any practical. Especially since you need to press and hold a button to even start the voice recognition, and then you need to talk, CLEARLY. Cool use of the tech tho.[/citation]
not a bad use of tech tho. More so if you forgot your garage door opener. My only worry would be what would happen if the guy lost his phone?
 

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"Siri, call 911!"
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Did you say, Call nine won won?

Naw I kid, Siri is pretty cool. I used microsofts voice recognition, trained it, etc for a while and even after 2 months of use it still made a LOT of mistakes. Siri, on day one, knew nearly everything I said.

Voice recognition existed far before Siri, but Siri is pretty damn good at understanding. Even understands my old mans heavy french accent.
 
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