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: Building a Virtual Assistant for Raspberry Pi
The practical guide for constructing a voice controlled virtual assistant.
: Apress
: Tanay Pant
: July 31, 2016
: English
: pdf
: 10 Mb
This book deals with the workflow of constructing a highly scalable voice controlled virtual assistant named Melissa which can be developed on OS X and Linux systems and can be deployed on Raspberry Pi.

Build a voice-controlled virtual assistant using speech-to-text engines, text-to-speech engines, and conversation modules. This book shows you how to program the virtual assistant to gather data from the internet (weather data, data from Wikipedia, data mining); play music; and take notes. Each chapter covers building a mini project/module to make the virtual assistant better. You'll develop the software on Linux or OS X before transferring it to your Raspberry Pi, ready for deploying in your own home-automation or Internet of Things applications.

Building a Virtual Assistant for Raspberry Pi walks you through various STTs and TTSs and the implementation of these components with the help of Python. After that you will start implementing logic for handling user queries and commands, so that the user can have conversations with Melissa. You will then work to improve logic handling to detect what the user wants Melissa to do. You will also work on building some useful applications/modules for Melissa, which will allow you to gain interesting information from Melissa such as the time, weather information, and data from Wikipedia.

You will develop a music playing application as well as a note taking application for Melissa, laying the foundations for how Melissa can be further extended. Finally, you will learn how to deploy this software to your Raspberry Pi and how you can further scale Melissa to make her more intelligent, interactive and how you can use her in other projects such as home automation as well.

What youll learn

Design the workflow and discover the concepts of building a voice controlled assistant
Develop modules for having conversations with the assistant
Enable the assistant to retrieve information from the internet
Build utilities like a music player and a note taking application for the virtual assistant
Integrate this software with a Raspberry Pi

Who this book is for

This book is for anyone who has built a home automation project with Raspberry Pi and now want to enhance it by making it voice-controlled. The book would also interest students from computer science or related disciplines.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to Virtual Assistants
Chapter 2: Understanding and Building an application with STT and TTS

Chapter 3: Getting your Hands Dirty: Conversation Module

Chapter 4: Using internet to gather information

Chapter 5: Building a music player for Melissa

Chapter 6: Developing a note taking application

Chapter 7: Building a Voice

Controlled Interface for Twitter and Imgur

Chapter 8: Building a Web

Interface for Melissa
Chapter 9: Integrating software with Raspberry Pi and next steps

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