Mycroft – Internet of Things AI Powered By Raspberry Pi 2 And Snappy Ubuntu Core

As you may know, Mycroft is an open-source AI that acts like a virtual artificial intelligence and uses Raspberry Pi 2 and Ubuntu Snappy Core, created for the IoT (Internet of Things) devices.

Equipped with Wi-Fi support, an HDMI port, RCA ports, a USB port, a 40-pin GPIO connector, 5 Analog ATMega328 pins, 5 Digital ATMega328 pins, and a power adapter, the device reacts to your voice and is capable of opening services like YouTube, Netflix, Pandora, Spotify without any problems.

For now, a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign has been created, the Mycroft costing only $99 (€89) if you pre-order it. For more information, see the project’s Kickstarter page.

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