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I couldn't find one, so I decided to make my own. Saera can do some tasks (such as setting alarms etc) and make some conversation, although not very well (might someone be interested in helping with the A.I.?)
Saera uses Pocketsphinx for voice recognition, eSpeak to talk and PyGTK for the GUI.



To install, you will need these packages:
Code:
pocketsphinx-utils
pocketsphinx-hmm-en-hub4wsj
pocketsphinx-lm-en-hub4
gstreamer0.10-pocketsphinx
python-gst0.10
python-gtk2
python-gobject
python-cairo
espeak
What Saera can do right now:
  • tell you the time, both where you are and in a few major cities (more will be added)
  • greet you
  • Verify she's working, if you say "testing"
  • Take a picture, if the lens cover is open and the camera app isn't
  • Take a picture of you with the front camera
  • tell you the meaning of life, the universe and everything
  • tell you random facts about the N900
  • call a phone number (buggy)
  • tell you where you are if you're lost
  • search for food near you
  • read you new emails as they come in
  • set alarms (note that I haven't got them to boot the device if it's off yet)
  • play and pause music (although you can't play a song by name yet - that will come.)

Edit [2015-07-19 4:16 pm]: Added support for Sailfish OS.

Edit [2012-12-31 2:28 pm]: Added support for N9/N950.

Edit [2012-06-16 11:55 pm]: Initial support for answering in other languages.

Edit [2012-06-11 3:14 pm]: Improved recognition accuracy

Edit: Latest source files attached.

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Last edited by HtheB; 2015-07-19 at 22:10.
 

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Wow, gonna test it out for sure!

Good luck building it
 

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Is it possible to pin a specific voice command to an arbitrary command-line? I would use that in so many ways! Very happy that someone is writing a Sphinx "GUI"
 

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Is it possible to pin a specific voice command to an arbitrary command-line? I would use that in so many ways! Very happy that someone is writing a Sphinx "GUI"
Yes it is; in fact, that is a good deal easier than trying to parse the input for meaning.

I'm just collecting everything into one place, and I'll upload the zip later this evening.
 

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Any way we could get this for Harmattan?
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Would be happy to see source code, so i hope other devs would jump in
 

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Now I have pull the n900 out and add this....makes,me wonder why i even have an n9.
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Originally Posted by taixzo View Post
(might someone be interested in helping with the A.I.?)
Sure! Where is the source?
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Interesting project! Long live N900!
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Originally Posted by optimistprime View Post
Any way we could get this for Harmattan?
Unfortunately I do not have an N9, and I don't have the money to get one. If someone else is interested in getting it running though, it should be simoke in theory. Is pocketsphinx in the N9 repos?

Sure! Where is the source?
I'll upload the source when I get home this evening; I don't have it here, just my screenshot.
 

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