Google has announced that it is opening the Google Assistant up to developers with the launch of the Google Assistant SDK.
Google has released a preview of the Google Assistant SDK for developers and you can find out more details in the video below.
Today, we’re taking another step towards building out that ecosystem by introducing the developer preview of the Google Assistant SDK. With this SDK you can now start building your own hardware prototypes that include the Google Assistant, like a self-built robot or a voice-enabled smart mirror.
This allows you to interact with the Google Assistant from any platform. The Google Assistant SDK includes a gRPC API, a Python open source client that handles authentication and access to the API, samples and documentation. The SDK allows you to capture a spoken query, for example “what’s on my calendar”, pass that up to the Google Assistant service and receive an audio response. And while it’s ideal for prototyping on Raspberry Pi devices, it also adds support for many other platforms.
You can find out more information about the Google Assistant SDK over at the Google Developers Blog at the link below. If you are interested in creating your own DIY smart mirror you can use a Raspberry Pi mini PC.
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