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You Can Now Trigger Your Raspberry Pi-Powered DIY Alexa with a Wake Word

Amazon updated their Alexa sample code on GitHub with a new wake word engine. This means that if you’d like to make your own Amazon Alexa with a Raspberry Pi, you can do so without the previously required press of a button. Read mor...
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