Machine learning bubble blowing … Tiny Machine Learning on the Edge with TensorFlow Lite Running on SAMD51 @arduino @tensorflow #tinyML #tensorflow #machinelearning #ai
Tiny Machine Learning on the Edge with TensorFlow Lite Running on SAMD51, we have trained a new model that listens for “up” or “down” (video).
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We’ve wrappered the TensorFlow Lite micro speech demo to Arduino so you can do basic speech recognition on our SAMD51 boards.
In this demo we’ll hook up a microphone to our PyGamer to detect “up” or “down” speech and display some mini videos to play if your voice was detected by TensorFlow Lite, move a bubble wand up or down, controlling a servo, and DC motor, all on a Cortex M4 processor, all battery powered! Code is here – GitHub.
We used docker for this, we can easily train more models on our local system, and we’ve uploaded them here on docker hub! We have a Hackday Hackchat coming up soon, and this is one of the examples we’ll be showing off live!
The background noise is our factory, and the DC motor that blows the bubbles, we wanted to make sure this all worked in a not-quiet environment, like the real world.
Tiny Machine Learning on the Edge with TensorFlow Lite Running on SAMD51 – Adafruit.
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