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Nathaniel Felleke presents a fun and simple project that uses TinyML to detect and respond to dog barks.
Since my family has started going to school and work, my dog has started going crazy. During the quarantine, she got really attached and developed a separation anxiety. To solve that, we have to detect Clairette’s barks when we’re gone and respond to them using recordings of our voices.
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