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Today we have released version 0.0.3 of the Google Assistant Library for the Google Assistant SDK - https://developers.google.com/assistant/sdk/overview#google_assistant_library_for_python

This library provides out-of-the-box support for hotwords, alarms and timers, audio recording and playback, and conversation state management. It uses the same state-of-the-art hotword models that the Google Home uses for high precision and low false trigger rates.

In version 0.0.3, we have now added x86_64 linux support, adding on to the existing armv7 linux support. If you need to use other platforms, the gRPC API is recommended.

This release also contains other fixes that are documented in the release notes https://developers.google.com/assistant/sdk/release-notes#july_19th_2017

Join our G+ community at https://g.co/assistantsdkdev to discuss the Google Assistant SDK!

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Finally got the house painted from the terrible pink to a happy blue
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7/12/17
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Face recognition goodness on a pi zero

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Well that's a new kind of spam comment for me
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Okie habit I could never break: front yard farming. Tomatoes and sugar pumpkins are coming in great though 
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6/28/17
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Moar IoT goodness.
Today we are launching a preview of the Android Things Console. This console allows developers to manage the software running on their fleet of Android Things IoT devices, including creating factory images, as well as updating the operating system and developer-provided APKs. Devices need to run a system image downloaded via the Android Things Console in order to receive future updates, such as the upcoming Developer Preview 5. Google provides all of the infrastructure for over-the-air (OTA) updates, so developers can focus on their specific application and not have to build their own implementation – getting their IoT devices to enter the market faster and more securely than before. See the blog post https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2017/06/android-things-console-developer-preview.html for more information and try the console at https://partner.android.com/things/console #AndroidThings

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Folks should sign up to come to the Denver Android conference because A) It's an awesome Android conference, and B) It's Denver, which is also awesome.

Everyone on my office slack is talking about biking to work from other towns for bike to work day. I rode my bike from my place to 7-11 for a slurpee the other day and got winded, and that's like a mile.

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I submitted this two years ago >>
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