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Is there an AI operation system?

Ok so basically I got a p2-1113w computer for free which doesn't have very good specs in any regard but it started to remind me of a raspberry pi. So I thought "Hey what can I do with a raspberry pi like computer?" then I thought "Hey I can make a virtual assistant like alexa or google home" which will be a lot of work but I thought it would be cool. NOW this would mean I need to get a bluetooth and wifi adapter, microphone and speakers but the thing I DON'T know what to do is how to make it from a windows PC to a personal assistant, so is there any personal assistant OS or anything? preferably one that I can make my own commands and stuff. And since you're here how about you guys tell me what you would do with a computer like this? THANKS, LOVE YOU GUYS :D

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Main Rig:

Case: NZXT H510 

CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 

Cooler: CoolerMaster MasterLiquid 240

MB: ASRock X570 Extreme4 

Ram: Gskill DDR4 3600 x 32GB 

GPU: Asus Arez Strix Vega 64 OC

PS: Seasonic FOCUS Gold Plus Series SSR-750FX

SSD1: Crucial P1 1TB NVME

SSD2: Adata SU800 512gb M.2 Sata

HDD: Hitatchi 2tb 7200RPM + 3x 2TB WD Passport USB 3.0

Monitors: AOC C24G1

Keyboard: Cheap Blue Knockoff Mechanical

Mouse: Uhuru Gaming Mouse
OS: Windows 10 Home x64

 

Linux PC:
Case: Zalman T1  CPU: AMD FX 6300  Cooler: Enermax 95mm tower cooler  MB: Gigabyte Motherboard  RAM: 16GB Gskill DDR3  GPU: GTX 750  SSD: Transcend 64gb SSD  HDD: WD 2TB  OS: Debian 9 Custom with Synergy for KB/Mouse

Current Vintage Equipment:  Please ask me about it, I love to talk old tech!
IBM Thinkpad 390, IBM Aptiva A12, IBM PS/2 Model 25-004.  Compaq Contura 4/25C, Presario 7596
Asus P5A-B Socket 7 Box, Tandy 1000RLX-HD "B" & 1200-2FD, VIC20, Zenith ZFL-181-93, Packard Bell 300SX.

Apple II/gs, Mac Plus x2, Mac SE x2, Performa 450

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