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The Internet of Voice Challenge – Hackster.io. UPDATE!

UPDATE:  We’ve extended the contest to August 31st 2016 to give you more time to build, learn and earn!

Raspberry Pi and cloud-based voice services like Amazon Alexa enable makers to populate and advance the Internet of Things. Accessibility is key: the Raspberry Pi’s powerful computing combined with the templates and self-service tools in the Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) and Alexa Voice Service (AVS) enable voice control of just about any hardware. 
The challenge:

Pick your favorite Rasberry Pi board, combine it with the Alexa ASK and/or AVS, and give life to a new voice-commanded hardware that was never seen before. We’d love to see how the community invents (and re-invents) voice-capable, connected devices.


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