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Google's Latest DIY AI Kits Come With Everything You Need To Start

5 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Last year Google launched what they called AIY kits. These are basically DIY kits for those who are looking to explore the concepts of AI. There was nothing wrong with these kits except that it required users to have their Raspberry Pi amongst other things, which meant that those who were completely new would have to source these other components themselves. However that has changed because Google has announced updated AIY Projects kits for 2018. According to Google, “To make setup easier, both kits have been redesigned to work with the new Raspberry Pi Zero WH, which comes included in the...
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