This minHour teaches you how to create a Jarvis-like virtual assistant on your Windows computer. You can create a Jarvis-like AI using a free app called LINK Mark II.
Go to http://www.mega-voice-command.com/ in a web browser.
You can use any web browser on PC or Mac.
Click Create an account.
It’s below the log-in bars in the upper-left corner of the screen.
Click I agree.
This indicates that you agree to the terms of service.
Fill out the registration form and click Sign Up.
You’ll need to provide your name, email address, phone number, location, and create a password. Then click the green button that says “Sign Up”.
- If you already have an account, type your email address and password in the bars in the upper-right corner and click Log In.
Confirm your email address.
After you create an account, check the email that you provided. Open the email and click the button that says . This activates your account and logs you in.
Click Download L.I.N.K.S.
It’s the green button in the center of the page.
- Alternatively, you can click the second icon that resembles a wheel in the upper-right corner of the web page.
Click Go to Download Page.
It’s the green button in the lower-right corner of the pop-up window.
Click Links Mark II.
It’s the first square on the left. It has a blue circular sci-fi design.
It’s the green button in the bottom corner. This downloads the install file.
Double-click “MARK-II Setup.exe”.
By default you downloaded files can be found in your Downloads folder, or at the bottom of your web browser.
This installs the MARK-II app.
- You may be asked if you want to allow the app to make changes to your system, click Yes. If Windows displays an alert that says the app publisher cannot be verified, click Install to install the app anyway.
Select your microphone.
You can select your desktop microphone or a headset phone, or a different microphone you have connected to your computer.
Read the sentence aloud and click Next.
During the setup process, there is a microphone test. Read the sentence on the screen aloud and click next to confirm your microphone settings.
This finishes the setup process. A brief animation intro will display, then you will see a circular user interface in the center of your screen.
Click the center of the circular interface and drag to the upper-right corner.
A colored tab will appear outside the circular display and lock in place in between the two dashes at the top and upper-right.
Click the color tab.
After the colored tab locks in place, click it to display a gear icon and a menu (☰) icon.
Click the gear icon.
This displays when you click the colored tab after dragging it from the center to the upper-right corner. This displays the Settings menu
Click the checkbox next to “Sir” or “Miss”.
This tells the AI what gender you are.
Type your name next to “User”.
This tells the AI what to call you.
Type “Jarvis” next to “A.I.”.
This gives the AI his name.
Click the arrow on the right.
This displays the Email Options page.
Enter your email address and password.
Type your email address and password. This allows the AI to connect to your email.
Click the arrow on the right until you get to “Sound Effects”.
This is where you can select the AI’s voice.
Select a male AI voice.
Use the drop-down menu next to “A.I. Voice” to select a male voice. By default, the only male voice that is available is “Microsoft David”.
This applies the settings to your AI. You are now ready to use Jarvis. To find a complete list of voice commands, click the icon with three horizontal lines (☰) in the circular tab in the upper-right corner. You can also use that menu to add your own voice commands. Some commands you can say include:
- “Jarvis, open Google.”
- “Jarvis, play music”.
- “Jarvis, what’s the weather.”
- “Jarvis, get new email.”
- Be patient when trying to set things up. This may take a while.
- Make sure you have a good noise cancellation microphone.
- Add more voice commands to your AI Assistant in the “Customize” menu.