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What AI/Chat Capabilities Are Functional Offline?

Hello, I'm working on an android that will be used at Burning Man.  Since this event is in the middle of nowhere and there is virtually no cell signal available, I'm trying to design it with capabilities that do not require an internet connection.  I know most AI features will not be functional, but what IS available?

Will the pandorabot I'm working on be functional?  Are there plugins that will support speech recognition and synthesis without requiring an internet connection?

Thank you for any and all help!

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Oh! Well that makes sense:) silly google for confusing us all. 

Look into the latte panda. The one I’ve been using is $90. 32 gb storage and 2 gb ram. Works real well
Oh wow! I hadn't even heard of the latte panda before today.  DEFINITELY looking into that. Thanks!
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It hasn't been super popular so we're hoping to fix that for DF Robot. I didn't realize how great it was going to be until I got my hands on one last week. Combining the onboard arduino with Windows 10 for EZ-Builder is a perfect match. It performed incredibly well! I do recommend the gravity shield for it though. It allows you to power it off 7-12 volts. Otherwise, you'll have to wire up a LM1084 voltage regulator yourself
So with the Latte Panda and Gravity Shield, I wouldn't even need to use a EZ-B v4 to control the robot, correct?  I would be running the EZ-B Emulator on the Latte to control everything?
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Yes you won't need an EZ-B v4. An EZ-B v4 is made by EZ-Robot and is one of many hardwares that you can use. The LattePanda does not use the EZ-B Emulator. The LattePanda uses the EZ-B firmware on the built-in Arduino Leonardo. Find out more by viewing the LattePanada getting started hardware page here: https://synthiam.com/GettingStarted/Build-Robots/LattePanda-18256

For a full list of the hardware that you can use as an EZ-B, view here: https://synthiam.com/GettingStarted/Build-Robots
Damn! I just watched the youtube videos promoting this neat little computer, Now I am really hooked on what it is capable of!