Recently watched Ex Machina, and it got me thinking. (fuck zuckerberg)
Thought about what it would take to control things in my home with only my voice. IE: "Lights". "Turn on the TV" "Lock the doors" "It's cold in here, turn up the heat"
What would be a good starting point? Raspberry PI? Android Studio?
The voice recognition is the easy part. ( with preprogrammed phrases ) Integrating your devices will be harder.
There is an android app utter that is a shitty voice assistant but works offline, can be integrated with tasker. You could essentially build this with nest, an old android with an ir blaster, and absolutely nothing to do with your time.
So this is the "AI" of my house, 2011 Atom 1.8 Ghz 4 GB ram (dont remember cpu, but a quite hefty)
Runs windows 8 pro (quite bloated actually), altho much of the services running are needed.
Has a mic and a c# speech recognission pattern built into it with custom syntax for defining commando paths.
Basic shit i can do is "turn on lamp", "turn on tv", "wake up [pc]"
3 months work if i remember correctly, altho many more plugins can be made.
"ALICE" AI to talk too (basic talk library)
"AndThereWasLight" for yeah, light
"What to eat"
"Android control" (UDP brodcast commandos)
It also has an android app, so i can send commandos home when im not at home (External ip voice transmit)
Well list goes on
Suck my cuck suckerberg, im already done