If you’ve ever wanted to replicate Tony Stark’s J.A.R.V.I.S., you can be well on your way with this project.
Shubhro Saha and Charlie Marsh from Princeton University have developed an always-on voice-recognition-and-response system called Jasper. It recognises it’s own name and commands you give to it verbally and then speaks aloud a response.
They’ve created a lovely website for it at http://jasperproject.github.io/ where you can find out how to build your own Jasper and download the code. There is even documentation for how you can extend Jasper for your own uses – it’s all written in Python so it would be pretty simple to modify.
Find out more about Jasper here or watch their video below: