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We will soon announce a Mycroft Community Recognition Program for our users
BlogCommunity
September 26, 2018

Building a Mycroft Community Recognition Program

Mycroft lives because of it's Community. That is why we're testing a Mycroft Community Recognition Program to show our best Ambassadors what they mean to us!
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Mycroft Precise is an Open Source Wake Word Listener that is flexible enough to track more than just wake words and hotwords.
EventsNews
September 11, 2018

Flexibility – Using Precise for Public Health

Mycroft Precise is the Open Source Wake Word listener that has been developed from the ground up at Mycroft. It’s proving to be a valuable improvement to the Mycroft stack,…
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Thought Leadership
May 30, 2018

The Early Stages of Voice Technology: Coupling Privacy and User Agency

Like we said in our post about Alexa’s recent laughing fits, “testing, iteration, and failure will be a part of the journey” that anyone building a technology from the ground…
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RoadmapTechnical
January 11, 2018

Why We’re moving to DeepSpeech on March 31 | Privacy, Speech to Text & Balance

Our community asked, we're answering. Read notes from our CTO, Steve Penrod about our move to DeepSpeech. From Steve; Misunderstandings of how Mycroft performs Speech to Text is one of…
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mycroft voice recognition
Technical
July 5, 2017

Open Source & Honest Answers, A Preface to Our Hardware Device

Mark's Advanced Prototype Nature This morning we found a video of Mark 1 interacting with none other than the actual voice of Mark, Alan. The video highlighted something the Mycroft Team knows…
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apache license
Technical
June 28, 2017

Having the Right license is just as important as having a License

Our goal here at Mycroft AI is to create an assistant that runs anywhere and interacts exactly like a person. We envision a future where Mycroft is run by both…
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