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Control Lights with Your Voice and a Raspberry Pi 3 #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

From Adrien Ball on Medium:

The objective of this article is to provide a step-by-step tutorial on how to setup a voice controlled light that you can interact with using trigger words.

At this point, you probably already have some questions in mind that need to be answered before you can spend more time on this.

What kind of lights will I be able to control ?

Any light that you plug on a power socket.

What about my privacy? Will my voice be processed on the cloud ?

Everything will be processed locally. No server. No cloud. No data leak. Perfect resilience to internet outages.

Once setup, will it require an internet connection ?

No.

Will I be able to control something else than lights ?

Yes. This tutorial focuses on lights, but it is about controlling power sockets and not lights specifically.

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