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I would guess not, but Mozilla will probably wrap this in with https://voice.mozilla.org/ <- that project at some point.

Personally, I'm not one for using Pis as computers, because I have always running computers at home anyways. I'm quite confident my computer can handle adequate voice recognition, though most companies today have avoided developing solutions that run locally.




It's pretty nice that an RPi only consumes .35W though. :)

EDIT: Fixed typo


An RPi 3B running headless with wifi enabled consumes around 1.2 to 1.5 Watts.


You're out by an order of magnitude. 35W over a 5V USB power connection would be an insane 7 amps.


It was off by two orders of magnitude, not one.


Lol. *.35W I missed the decimal point.


https://mycroft.ai might be a viable option - I believe they are planning to use Mozilla's speech recognition work too.




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