JASPER 2.0 – Portable Virtual Assistant / Information Processor Using the Raspberry Pi

Virtual Assistant

Businesses are looking to outsource key services, and instead of hiring full-time assistants, many are looking for virtual ones. As a virtual assistant, you’ll perform office support duties, such as word processing, data entry, bookkeeping, and research, from your home.

Think about the expertise you can offer and what types of clients you’d like to cater to. Having specialized skills will make you stand out from the competition. Depending on your experience level, you may consider taking a virtual assistant training course, like one from VAClassroom. Find out more and connect with the virtual assistant community through the International Virtual Assistants Association.

Guide to install the base Jasper system on the Raspberry Pi:

Sorry, I lost the code for the expanded scripts for "Jasper 2.0" when my computer crashed, or I'd post them up online. A lot of the functions in the video are from scripts other people put up that I found searching GitHub here:

You might also like More from author

7 Comments

  1. Jimmy Nguyen says

    He is kind of slow..

    1. Duncan Jauncey says

      +Jimmy Nguyen Not bad considering Jasper is just under 2 years old though. 🙂

  2. Michael Arnold says

    Amazon Echo is faster even the one you can put on the Raspberry pi but its cool. You don’t need to push a button to talk to him but with her you do and I don’t know why.

  3. Zachary Kroeze says

    What STT and TTS engines are you using?

    1. J.D. Dunn Films says

      +Zachary Kroeze
      Pocketsphinx for offline mode, Google STT when it’s connected to the cloud because Pocketsphinx is much less accurate. I’m using the MaryTTS engine running on the default server, but I forget which voice I chose.

  4. Pedro Pereira says

    Any links to a walkthrough guide of this project?

  5. Anurag De says

    Have you used Raspberry Pi 3?

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.