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Anonymous 03/30/2022 (Wed) 19:50:39 [Preview] No. 15010
SpeakUp: Silent Speech Interface; Low Cost; Arduino; Machine Learning

Project Summary by Varun Chandrashekhar: "I have designed and developed a speech interfaced for the paralyzed, which they can use to communicate without speaking. This device detects speech-related electrical signals from the throat and converts them into letters or words that we recognize using machine learning models."

SpeakUp - ML Based Speech Aid to Enable Silent Communication https://create.arduino.cc/projecthub/Varun_Chandrashekhar/speakup-ml-based-speech-aid-to-enable-silent-communication-ffd9f8

My comment about the project: easily replicable by anyone with computer science knowledge, different from what is being done with the silicon trojans in the 3G/4G/5G equipment only on it needing physical probes. Anyone doing research on this area be cautious of sabotage when using US designed CPUs (AMD/INTEL/QUALCOMM/APPLE/ARM), as the microcode, SMM and firmware of your system may be manipulated to mess up your computations. Ask your own Nation to stop trusting Silicon Valley and make your own silicon supply chain and tech services. Meanwhile, mitigate this situation by moving to an area away from any cell radio transmitter (check coverage on OpenCellID.org) and shielding yourself and your devices from electromagnetic eavesdropping and interference.


Anonymous 03/30/2022 (Wed) 21:05:08 [Preview] No.15011 del
Cool proyect. Does it need to have a Mega? What would be the problem using a Uno? I was just thinking the Mega is too bulky and the Uno is smaller.
And as far as I know the ARM is UK based, so no naughty US surveilance. Can't remember what band the XBee uses but I'm sure you could write some encryption for it, because I remember it being like wifi, just try not to send unencrypted thing on the air unless you want to.


Anonymous 04/09/2022 (Sat) 02:45:49 [Preview] No.15021 del
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I think OP is gone by now.



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