So, I am designing an Arduino with a machine learning model to detect the objects around it. I want the model to make a sound if it 100% detects an object through the speaker that is connected to it. How do I go about doing it? I am fairly new to Arduino and any help would be really appreciated.

  • see the tonePitchFollower example in IDE Examples menu – Juraj Apr 7 at 18:56
  • Do you want a simple sound (like a pip sound with a specific frequency) or a more complex sound like a spoken word? – chrisl Apr 7 at 19:26
  • It depends on your hardware and software! – Gil Apr 9 at 0:08
  • @Gil, tag is [arduino-uno], but of course it can only make the sound part, not run the AI. I guess that runs on PC – Juraj Apr 9 at 4:47
  • It is limited on the sounds it can make/control by its external hardware. Go on line and go through some tutorials on the arduino and what you are trying to accomplish. – Gil Apr 12 at 1:14

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