Kalliope is a framework that will help you to create your own personal assistant.
The concept is to create the brain of your assistant by attaching an input signal (vocal order, scheduled event, MQTT message, GPIO event, etc..) to one or multiple actions called neurons.
You can create your own Kalliope bot, by simply choosing and composing the existing neurons without writing any code. But, if you need a particular module, you can write it by yourself, add it to your project and propose it to the community.
Kalliope can run on all Linux Debian based distribution including a Raspberry Pi and it's multi-lang. The only thing you need is a microphone.
Kalliope is easy-peasy to use, see the hello world
- name: "Hello-world" signals: - order: "say hello" neurons: - say: message: "Hello world!"
Meaning of Kalliope Kalliope means "beautiful voice" from Greek καλλος (kallos) "beauty" and οψ (ops) "voice". In Greek mythology she was a goddess of epic poetry and eloquence, one of the nine Muses.
- kə-LIE-ə-pee (English)
- Ka-li-o-pé (French)
- каллиопа (Russian)
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