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How to install a language package and get speech recognition in new languages - As international talking robots, Pepper and NAO can access many languages for speech recognition, and its management is quite easy. This quick how-to explains how to set up new languages installing a language pack in a few simple steps.
How to use logs in Android Studio to develop QiSDK application on Pepper robot - The aim of this tutorial is to give a quick overview of logging in the Android Studio environment. As a live example to put logs into practice, we will also focus on the application lifecycle in the QiSDK context which is based on Android lifecycle.
Sending Slack messages by voice thanks to Pepper - What if Pepper could help you increase your productivity at work? By linking the robot to a Slack channel, we will be able to send and receive messages by voice control thanks to Pepper.
Sending robot audio output to external speakers with bluetooth - How to activate bluetooth on SoftBank Robotics NAO6 robots is what we present here. Specifically, you will learn how to broadcast NAO's voice or sounds to an external Logitech Bluetooth adapter connected to a speaker. This tip is usable on NAO6.
Kotlin and the KDoc documentation - At SoftBank Robotics, we use Kotlin to develop the QiSDK API for Pepper robots and most libraries and applications. In this article, we will introduce Kotlin and the KDoc, explain why we made that choice and how to make a smooth transition from Java to Kotlin.
What you should know before writing dialogues for Pepper and NAO - Writing dialogue for robots may seem easy, but there is actually a lot to keep in mind: from naming conventions to best practices for writing good inputs and outputs, plus some tips about scenarios and how to best use Pepper's tablet. Let's check all this together and see how to make great dialogues for Pepper and NAO!