Voice-Activated AI Collaborators: A Hands-On Guide Using LLMs in IoT & Edge Devices

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In the fast-evolving landscape of IoT, Edge, and On-Premise Devices, voice-assisted interfaces are becoming increasingly crucial for seamless user interactions. This session aims to give attendees a hands-on introduction to creating voice-assisted interfaces in these environments. We will delve deep into the requirements for a voice-assisted device and how to leverage Large Language Models (LLMs) like Falcon and OpenLLaMA to empower these devices to process and understand the context of conversations. This isn't about high-level generalities; it's a practical how-to guide with an emphasis on live demonstrations.

 

Key Highlights:

1. On-Premise vs. Hosted LLMs: We'll explore the critical design decisions in choosing between on-premise and hosted LLMs for IoT and Edge devices, giving you the insights needed to make the right decisions for your specific use cases.

2. Components for Success: Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of the essential components required to build effective voice-assisted interfaces. We'll cover everything from voice recognition to natural language understanding and response generation.

3. Creating a Collaborative Framework: Learn how to build a collaborative framework that allows IoT and Edge devices to complete tasks with the assistance of voice-driven AI. We'll provide practical examples and hands-on demonstrations to illustrate the concepts.

 

By the end of this session, attendees will be empowered to consider their unique use cases and will have a solid starting point for designing and implementing their voice-driven AI collaborator, enabling them to bring a new level of interactivity and efficiency to their IoT, Edge, or On-Premise Devices. Don't miss this opportunity to unlock the potential of voice-assisted interfaces in your projects and applications.

Room:
Room 105
Time:
Friday, March 15, 2024 - 17:00 to 18:00