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Create Your Own JARVIS with Python: A Step-by-Step Guide

How to Download and Use Jarvis AI Python Code

Do you want to create your own virtual assistant like Tony Stark's JARVIS? Do you want to use natural language processing and machine learning to perform various tasks with Python? If yes, then you might be interested in Jarvis AI, a Python module that allows you to build your own AI assistant with ease.

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In this article, we will show you how to download and use Jarvis AI Python code to create your own personal assistant. We will also cover some of the features and functions that Jarvis AI offers, such as chatbot, speech recognition, web automation, Wikipedia search, and more. By the end of this article, you will have a better understanding of how Jarvis AI works and how you can use it for your own projects.

What is Jarvis AI and Why it is Useful

Jarvis AI is a Python module that is able to perform tasks like chatbot, assistant, web automation, speech recognition, etc. It provides base functionality for any assistant application. Jarvis AI is built using TensorFlow, PyTorch, Transformers, and other open-source libraries and frameworks.

Jarvis AI is useful because it simplifies the process of building a virtual assistant with Python. You don't need to write code from scratch or deal with complex APIs. You just need to install the module, set up your API key and user name, and start using the functions that Jarvis AI provides. You can also customize your assistant by adding your own commands and responses.

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  • Converting speech to text and text to speech

  • Searching information on Wikipedia

  • Sending emails and WhatsApp messages

  • Playing YouTube videos and songs

  • Reading news articles and PDF files

  • Opening websites and applications

  • Telling jokes and facts

  • And more...

How to Install Jarvis AI Python Module

Prerequisites and Dependencies

To install Jarvis AI Python module, you need to have Python version 3.6 or higher installed on your system. You also need to have pip, a package manager for Python, installed on your system.

Jarvis AI Python module depends on several external libraries, such as:

  • pyttsx3: A cross-platform text to speech library that works offline

  • SpeechRecognition: A library that allows you to convert audio into text

  • pywhatkit: A library that allows you to interact with the browser easily

  • wikipedia: A library that allows you to fetch information from Wikipedia

  • requests: A library that allows you to send HTTP requests easily

  • python-decouple: A library that allows you to store private data in a .env file

You don't need to install these libraries separately, as they will be automatically installed when you install Jarvis AI Python module.

Installation Steps and Commands

To install Jarvis AI Python module, you need to follow these steps:

  • Create a virtual environment using virtualenv. This will help you isolate your project from other packages and dependencies. To create a virtual environment named env, run this command in your terminal:

$ python -m venv env

  • Activate the virtual environment using this command in your terminal:

$ . env/Scripts/activate

  • You should see (env) in your terminal if the environment has been activated successfully.

  • Install Jarvis AI Python module using pip. To install the latest version of Jarvis AI Python module, run this command in your terminal:

$ pip install JarvisAI

  • You should see a message saying Successfully installed JarvisAI if the installation has been completed successfully.

  • You can also check the version of Jarvis AI Python module using this command in your terminal:

$ pip show JarvisAI

  • You should see the name, version, summary, and other details of Jarvis AI Python module.

How to Use Jarvis AI Python Module

Importing and Initializing the Module

To use Jarvis AI Python module, you need to import it in your Python script. To import Jarvis AI Python module, use this statement at the top of your script:

import JarvisAI

To initialize the module, you need to create an object of the JarvisAI class. To create an object named obj, use this statement in your script:

obj = JarvisAI.JarvisAssistant()

This will create an instance of Jarvis AI that you can use to access its features and functions.

Setting up the API Key and the User Name

To use some of the features of Jarvis AI, such as speech recognition and chatbot, you need to have an API key and a user name. You can get these from the official website of Jarvis AI:

To get an API key and a user name, you need to register on the website with your email and password. After registering, you will receive an email with your API key and user name. You can also view them on your dashboard on the website.

To use the API key and the user name in your script, you need to store them in a .env file in the same directory as your script. A .env file is a file that contains private data that you don't want to expose in your code. To create a .env file, use any text editor and write these lines in it:

API_KEY=your_api_key USER_NAME=your_user_name

Replace your_api_key and your_user_name with the values that you received from the website. Save the file as .env in the same directory as your script.

Examples of Some Features and Functions

Jarvis AI Python module provides many features and functions that you can use to create your own assistant. Here are some examples of how to use them:

  • To convert speech to text, use the speech_to_text function. This function takes no arguments and returns a string of the recognized speech. For example:

speech = obj.speech_to_text() print(speech)

  • This will listen to your microphone and print what you said.

  • To convert text to speech, use the text_to_speech function. This function takes a string as an argument and speaks it out loud. For example:

text = "Hello, I am Jarvis" obj.text_to_speech(text)

  • This will speak out loud "Hello, I am Jarvis".

  • To search information on Wikipedia, use the wikipedia function. This function takes a string as an argument and returns a summary of the Wikipedia article on that topic. For example:

topic = "Python programming language" info = obj.wikipedia(topic) print(info)

  • This will print a summary of the Wikipedia article on Python programming language.

  • To send an email, use the send_email function. This function takes four arguments: receiver's email address, subject, message, and sender's email address. It also requires you to have a Gmail account and enable less secure apps access on it. For example:

receiver = "" subject = "Test email" message = "This is a test email from Jarvis AI" sender = "" obj.send_email(receiver, subject, message, sender)

  • This will send an email from to with the subject and message specified.

  • To send a WhatsApp message, use the send_whatsapp_msg function. This function takes three arguments: receiver's phone number, message, and time in seconds. It also requires you to have WhatsApp installed on your system and scan the QR code on the browser. For example:

phone = "+1234567890" message = "This is a test message from Jarvis AI" time = 10 obj.send_whatsapp_msg(phone, message, time)

  • This will send a WhatsApp message from your phone number to +1234567890 with the message specified after 10 seconds.

  • To play a YouTube video or song, use the play_on_youtube function. This function takes a string as an argument and opens the YouTube video or song on your browser. For example:

video = "Iron Man trailer" obj.play_on_youtube(video)

This will open the YouTube v


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