Mycroft Uses Ubuntu and Snaps to Deliver a Free Intelligent Personal Assistant

It’s already a known fact that Mycroft has chosen to use the Ubuntu Core (a.k.a. Snappy Ubuntu Core) operating system, a slimmed-down flavor of Ubuntu Linux designed specifically for IoT (Internet of Things) and other embedded devices, to build the software that’s behind Mycroft hardware devices the company is trying to sell for your home or office. But it looks like Mycroft is also making use of Snaps to push software updates to its Mycroft devices, as well as to allow users to install the Mycroft AI software independent of the host OS.

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