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Development of Smart Librarian with the Virtual Assistant (PRIMO)


Al Mahmud Al Mamun1*, Tahmina Islam2, Md. Masrur Sobhan Siam1, and Md. Enamul Kabir3


1Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Prime University, Bangladesh; 2Dept. of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, World University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh; and 3Dept. of Engineering, Confidence Power Rongpur Limited, Rongpur, Bangladesh.

*Correspondence: almamun.1mail@gmail.com (Al Mahmud Al Mamun, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Prime University, Dhaka, Bangladesh).

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ABSTRACT

In modern life, with the ability to perform tasks, the virtual assistant (VA) can make our lives easier and smart. The virtual assistant can perform as a librarian, very smartly, and effectively. We build our VA with Raspberry Pi and Alexa Voice Service. As a result, few discussions that occur in library environments such as find books, short review books, university notice are accurately performed. The common way of communication used by people in day to day life is through speech. If the assistant system can heard to the customer for the handle of the day to day affairs, then grant the right reply, it will be much simple for customers to transmit with their assistant system, and the assistant will be much better “Smart” as a personal assistant. We heard a very old story “Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves”, where the mouth of a treasure cave secured by magic. It unrolls on the words "unroll sesame" and seals itself on the words "near sesame". The magic is a VA in the modern world. The VA system built on artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, natural language processing, and voice recognition technology. 


Keywords: Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, Voice recognition, Raspberry Pi, and Alexa voice service.


Citation: Mamun AMA, Islam T, Siam MMS, and Kabir ME. (2020). Development of smart librarian with the virtual assistant (PRIMO), Aust. J. Eng. Innov. Technol., 2(4), 54-65. https://doi.org/10.34104/ajeit.020.054065


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