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HELP, i selected three old transistor radios on ebay for my little babbling raspberry pi, which one should i choose? http://assadollahi.de/help-which-casing-for-the-babble-pi/
now i need your help: i've build a “self-contained” hardware around the raspberry pi 2 to put a software on it that listens and babbles like a child (i.e. not really speech recognition but more like based on speech sounds). now i want to but the hardware into a nice casing and i checked ebay for ...
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I think the first one, the one displayed above.
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"imploding" is maybe a too strong word, but what's your opinion why samsung is loosing ground? is it just the price of their devices?

Operating profit in the company’s IT & Mobile unit was KRW2.76 trillion ($2.35 billion), down 37.6 per cent year-on-year, on revenue of KRW26.06 trillion, down 8.4 per cent. Mobile sales make up 98 per cent of the division’s total.
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+Ramin Assadollahi I'm not familiar with the u3 but I can definitely say that Cortex-A9 cores do outperform Cortex-A7 cores in my experience.
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first sound check and measuring the power consumption of my weekend project: a small footprint active sound board for the  raspberry pi: http://assadollahi.de/power-consumption-of-the-rapsberry-pi-and-the-sound-board/
okay, i have a samsung charger for the first 10.1 inch tablet they had, usb 5.0v, 2.0a. the analyzer however shows 5.37v when nothing is connected. i think that this is even above the acceptable voltage, but i have a 1.5m amazon (“premium”) usb cable and i assume that the voltage drops along the ...
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first power up, measuring the power consumption of the raspberry pi and first sound check of the active sound board i composed on the weekend: http://assadollahi.de/power-consumption-of-the-rapsberry-pi-and-the-sound-board/
okay, i have a samsung charger for the first 10.1 inch tablet they had, usb 5.0v, 2.0a. the analyzer however shows 5.37v when nothing is connected. i think that this is even above the acceptable voltage, but i have a 1.5m amazon (“premium”) usb cable and i assume that the voltage drops along the ...
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raspberry pi weekend project: active audio I/O board with 3 watt loudspeaker
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Configuring my next hardware project. #obeyminimalism 
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this is what i built from it today: https://youtu.be/iEJx9pVoJrI
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HELP, i need some guidance which one of these three lovely old transistor radios i should choose as housing for my little babbling computer: http://assadollahi.de/help-which-casing-for-the-babble-pi/
now i need your help: i've build a “self-contained” hardware around the raspberry pi 2 to put a software on it that listens and babbles like a child (i.e. not really speech recognition but more like based on speech sounds). now i want to but the hardware into a nice casing and i checked ebay for ...
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in my opinion, the sanyo with the leather case.
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i've built an active audio i/o board (mic, sound card, amp and speaker) which has the same size of the pi and is powered via gpio. see video at the bottom of the post. http://assadollahi.de/active-audio-board-for-raspberry-pi/
so recently i re-started my activities around the raspberry pi since their upgrade to a quadcore at the same price. i want to do a couple of things with this little fellows, for example hook up an asus xtion (think of a stripped down microsoft kinect) for 3d vision or at least depth processing ...
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weekend porject: active sound, i.e. built-in stero microphone, 3 watt amplifier powered by the gpio and on-board loud speaker sized to fit on-top of the raspberry pi 2. https://youtu.be/iEJx9pVoJrI
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CEO
Employment
  • ExB Communication Systems GmbH
    CEO, present
  • ExB petitpetit GmbH
    CEO, present
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brain. inspired. software. see www.ptpt.de
Introduction
  • studied natural language processing / computational linguistics as one of the first in germany
  • learned that most of that is too formal or brute force engineering to match the organic nature of language and cognition
  • thus changed over to cognitive neuroscience and did 8 years of research on how the human brain processes language.
  • founded a ExB to turn these learnings into a different form of software. elegant, not bruteforce.
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first of all: dad. about 20 international patents pending or granted, 10+ peer reviewed publications in international neuroscience journals
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