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I want to do speech processing on Raspberry Pi to detect specific people (something like unique identification).

I don't wantwould prefer to use any other external source except soundcardonly the on-board processor for this, you could assume that internet is not accessableaccessible.

WhatAlso, what are the limitations with the Raspberry Pi performing speech processing? If I want to use thisthis as a automatic attendance machine, how should I proceed?

I want to do speech processing on Raspberry Pi to detect specific people (something like unique identification).

I don't want to use any other external source except soundcard assume that internet is not accessable

What are the limitations with the Pi performing speech processing? I want to use this a automatic attendance machine, how should I proceed?

I want to do speech processing on Raspberry Pi to detect specific people (something like unique identification).

I would prefer to use only the on-board processor for this, you could assume that internet is not accessible.

Also, what are the limitations with the Raspberry Pi performing speech processing? If I want to use this as a automatic attendance machine, how should I proceed?

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