Makers, hobbyists and students or anyone else interested in learning more about artificial intelligence, may be interested and know that Google has today announced it has updated its Google AIY Vision kits to include a Raspberry Pi Zero. The kit allows you to create your very own DIY intelligent camera, enabling you to experiment with image recognition and neural networks. Google explains “with our maker kits, build intelligent devices that see, speak, and understand. Then start tinkering. Take things apart, make things better. See what problems you can solve.”
As well as using a camera Google has also created a speaker kit with Google Assistant built-in, enabling you to build an intelligent speaker that can understand you, and respond when you ask it a question or tell it to do something. Allow you to create your very own projects with support for voice recognition enabling you to control a wide variety of applications. The new Google AIY kits now include a Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC and a preloaded SD card to make it easier to get started on your first artificial intelligent project
The new Vision Kit and Voice Kit are available to purchase priced at $89.99 and $49.99, respectively. For more information on the latest Google AIY Vision and Speaker kits jump over to the official Google Projects website by following the link below.