Tutorials

Will Rice

Will Rice, ML Engineer

Following this guide teaches you how to deploy your Maker models on an embedded device.

Learn to Use Custom Wake Word and Text-to-Speech on a Raspberry Pi

One of the primary motivations for working on spokestack-python was to allow our models to run on embedded devices like Raspberry Pi . We are excited to show…

Josh Ziegler

Josh Ziegler, Principal Computational Linguist

Use Spokestack's keyword recognizer model and Python library to help save up for a rainy day.

A Swear Jar in 100 Lines of Python

In this tutorial, we're going to use Spokestack's AutoML training tool to create a keyword recognizer model and use it, along with the spokestack-python…

Josh Ziegler

Josh Ziegler, Principal Computational Linguist

Use Spokestack's TTS service to avoid your skill sounding like all the others.

How to Change Alexa's Voice

At Spokestack, one of our core goals is to make it possible for every mobile app or voice skill to have its own unique audible voice. Amazon and Google make it…

Will Rice

Will Rice, ML Engineer

This tutorial leverages HuggingFace's Transformer library to make a voice question answering bot with Spokestack.

Question Answering With Spokestack and Transformers

The ability to find information is a fundamental feature of the internet. Often, the information sought is the answer to a question. When it comes to answering…

Josh Ziegler

Josh Ziegler, Principal Computational Linguist

Instructions on integrating and using the Spokestack Tray UI component in Android.

Integrating Spokestack in Android

Using voice as an interface can be a daunting proposition. First, you have to be able to actually process voice as input. Then, you have to decide what to do…

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