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Google brings AI to Raspberry Pi

In May 2017, Google announced a new project called AIY Projects – do-it-yourself artificial intelligence for makers – to enable them to use Google's artificial intelligence in their own homebrew projects using commodity hardware like Raspberry Pis.

"With AIY Projects, Makers can use artificial intelligence to make human-to-machine interaction more like human-to-human interactions. We'll be releasing a series of reference kits, starting with voice recognition," Billy Rutledge, Director of AIY Projects wrote in a company blog [1].

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