Building our own J.A.R.V.I.S. using Python - Part II

Programming VIRTUAL PERSONAL ASSISTANT USING PYTHON SERIES Image

    In the last part, we had completed the setup of our personal assistant. In this part, we'll add various offline and online functions that our personal assistant will be able to perform. We'll be using various APIs to fetch data from different sources. Let's get started and create a folder called functions.
     

    Offline Functions

    Inside the functions folder, create a Python file called os_ops.py. In this file, we'll create various functions to interact with the OS. 

    import os
    import subprocess as sp
    
    paths = {
        'notepad': "C:\\Program Files\\Notepad++\\notepad++.exe",
        'discord': "C:\\Users\\ashut\\AppData\\Local\\Discord\\app-1.0.9003\\Discord.exe",
        'calculator': "C:\\Windows\\System32\\calc.exe"
    }
    

    In the above script, we have created a dictionary called paths which has a software name as the key and its path as the value. You can change the paths as per your system and add more software paths if required. 
     

    1. Open Camera

    This function will be used to open the camera in our system. We'll be using the subprocess module to run the command.

    def open_camera():
        sp.run('start microsoft.windows.camera:', shell=True)


    2. Open Notepad and Discord

    These functions will be used to open Notepad++ and Discord in the system.

    def open_notepad():
        os.startfile(paths['notepad'])
    
    
    def open_discord():
        os.startfile(paths['discord'])


    3. Open Command Prompt

    This function will be used to open the command prompt in our system.

    def open_cmd():
        os.system('start cmd')


    4. Open Calculator

    This function will be used to open the calculator on our system.

    def open_calculator():
        sp.Popen(paths['calculator'])

     

    Online Functions

    We'll be adding several online functions. They are:

    1. Find my IP address
    2. Search on Wikipedia
    3. Play videos on YouTube
    4. Search on Google
    5. Send WhatsApp message
    6. Send Email
    7. Get Latest News Headlines
    8. Get Weather Report
    9. Get Trending Movies
    10. Get Random Jokes
    11. Get Random Advice

    Let's create a file called online_ops.py within the functions directory, and start creating these functions one after another. For now, add the following code in the file.

    import requests
    import wikipedia
    import pywhatkit as kit
    from email.message import EmailMessage
    import smtplib
    from decouple import config

    Before we start working with APIs, if you're not familiar with APIs and how to interact with them using Python, check out this tutorial.
     

    1. Find my IP Address

    ipify provides a simple public IP address API. We just need to make a GET request on this URL: https://api64.ipify.org/?format=json. It returns JSON data as:

    {
      "ip": "117.214.111.199"
    }

    We can then simply return the ip from the JSON data. So, let's create this method:

    def find_my_ip():
        ip_address = requests.get('https://api64.ipify.org?format=json').json()
        return ip_address["ip"]

     

    2. Search on Wikipedia

    For searching on Wikipedia, we'll be using the wikipedia module that we had installed in the first part.

    def search_on_wikipedia(query):
        results = wikipedia.summary(query, sentences=2)
        return results

    Inside the wikipedia module, we have a summary() method that accepts a query as an argument. Additionally, we can also pass the number of sentences required. Then we simply return the result.
     

    3. Play Videos on YouTube

    For playing videos on YouTube, we are using PyWhatKit. We have already imported it as kit.

    def play_on_youtube(video):
        kit.playonyt(video)

    PyWhatKit has a playonyt() method that accepts a topic as an argument. It then searches the topic on YouTube and plays the most appropriate video. It used PyAutoGUI under the hood.
     

    4. Search on Google

    Again we'll be using PyWhatKit for searching on Google. 

    def search_on_google(query):
        kit.search(query)

    It has a method search() that helps us search on Google instantly.
     

    5. Send WhatsApp Message

    We'll be using PyWhatKit once again for sending WhatsApp messages.

    def send_whatsapp_message(number, message):
        kit.sendwhatmsg_instantly(f"+91{number}", message)

    Our method accepts two arguments- the phone number number and the message. It then calls the sendwhatmsg_instantly() method to send a WhatsApp message.
     

    6. Send Email

    For sending emails, we will be using the built-in smtp module from Python. 

    EMAIL = config("EMAIL")
    PASSWORD = config("PASSWORD")
    
    
    def send_email(receiver_address, subject, message):
        try:
            email = EmailMessage()
            email['To'] = receiver_address
            email["Subject"] = subject
            email['From'] = EMAIL
            email.set_content(message)
            s = smtplib.SMTP("smtp.gmail.com", 587)
            s.starttls()
            s.login(EMAIL, PASSWORD)
            s.send_message(email)
            s.close()
            return True
        except Exception as e:
            print(e)
            return False

    The method accepts receiver_address, subject, and message as arguments. Make sure you add EMAIL and PASSWORD in the .env file.
     

    7. Get Latest News Headlines

    To fetch the latest news headlines, we'll be using NewsAPI. Signup for a free account on NewsAPI and get the API Key. Add the NEWS_API_KEY in the .env file.

    NEWS_API_KEY = config("NEWS_API_KEY")
    
    
    def get_latest_news():
        news_headlines = []
        res = requests.get(
            f"https://newsapi.org/v2/top-headlines?country=in&apiKey={NEWS_API_KEY}&category=general").json()
        articles = res["articles"]
        for article in articles:
            news_headlines.append(article["title"])
        return news_headlines[:5]

    In the above method, we're first creating an empty list news_headlines. We are then making a GET request on the API URL specified in the NewsAPI Documentation. A sample JSON response from the request looks like this:

    {
      "status": "ok",
      "totalResults": 38,
      "articles": [
        {
          "source": {
            "id": null,
            "name": "Sportskeeda"
          },
          "author": "Aniket Thakkar",
          "title": "Latest Free Fire redeem code to get Weapon loot crate today (14 October 2021) - Sportskeeda",
          "description": "Gun crates are one of the ways that players in Free Fire can obtain impressive and appealing gun skins.",
          "url": "https://www.sportskeeda.com/free-fire/latest-free-fire-redeem-code-get-weapon-loot-crate-today-14-october-2021",
          "urlToImage": "https://staticg.sportskeeda.com/editor/2021/10/d0b83-16341799119781-1920.jpg",
          "publishedAt": "2021-10-14T03:51:50Z",
          "content": null
        },
        {
          "source": {
            "id": null,
            "name": "NDTV News"
          },
          "author": null,
          "title": "BSF Gets Increased Powers In 3 Border States: What It Means - NDTV",
          "description": "Border Security Force (BSF) officers will now have the power toarrest, search, and of seizure to the extent of 50 km inside three newstates sharing international boundaries with Pakistan and Bangladesh.",
          "url": "https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/bsf-gets-increased-powers-in-3-border-states-what-it-means-2574644",
          "urlToImage": "https://c.ndtvimg.com/2021-08/eglno7qk_-bsf-recruitment-2021_625x300_10_August_21.jpg",
          "publishedAt": "2021-10-14T03:44:00Z",
          "content": "This move is quickly snowballing into a debate on state autonomy. New Delhi: Border Security Force (BSF) officers will now have the power to arrest, search, and of seizure to the extent of 50 km ins… [+4143 chars]"
        },
        {
          "source": {
            "id": "the-times-of-india",
            "name": "The Times of India"
          },
          "author": "TIMESOFINDIA.COM",
          "title": "5 health conditions that can make your joints hurt - Times of India",
          "description": "Joint pain caused by these everyday issues generally goes away on its own when you stretch yourself a little and flex your muscles.",
          "url": "https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/health-fitness/health-news/5-health-conditions-that-can-make-your-joints-hurt/photostory/86994969.cms",
          "urlToImage": "https://static.toiimg.com/photo/86995017.cms",
          "publishedAt": "2021-10-14T03:30:00Z",
          "content": "Depression is a mental health condition, but the symptoms may manifest even on your physical health. Unexpected aches and pain in the joints that you may experience when suffering from chronic depres… [+373 chars]"
        },
        {
          "source": {
            "id": null,
            "name": "The Indian Express"
          },
          "author": "Devendra Pandey",
          "title": "Rahul Dravid likely to be interim coach for New Zealand series - The Indian Express",
          "description": "It’s learnt that a few Australian coaches expressed interest in the job, but the BCCI isn’t keen as they are focussing on an Indian for the role, before they look elsewhere.",
          "url": "https://indianexpress.com/article/sports/cricket/rahul-dravid-likely-to-be-interim-coach-for-new-zealand-series-7570990/",
          "urlToImage": "https://images.indianexpress.com/2021/05/rahul-dravid.jpg",
          "publishedAt": "2021-10-14T03:26:09Z",
          "content": "Rahul Dravid is likely to be approached by the Indian cricket board to be the interim coach for Indias home series against New Zealand. Head coach Ravi Shastri and the core of the support staff will … [+1972 chars]"
        },
        {
          "source": {
            "id": null,
            "name": "CNBCTV18"
          },
          "author": null,
          "title": "Thursday's top brokerage calls: Infosys, Wipro and more - CNBCTV18",
          "description": "Goldman Sachs has maintained its 'sell' rating on Mindtree largely due to expensive valuations, while UBS expects a muted reaction from Wipro's stock. Here are the top brokerage calls for the day:",
          "url": "https://www.cnbctv18.com/market/stocks/thursdays-top-brokerage-calls-infosys-wipro-and-more-11101072.htm",
          "urlToImage": "https://images.cnbctv18.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/buy-sell.jpg",
          "publishedAt": "2021-10-14T03:26:03Z",
          "content": "MiniGoldman Sachs has maintained its 'sell' rating on Mindtree largely due to expensive valuations, while UBS expects a muted reaction from Wipro's stock. Here are the top brokerage calls for the day:"
        }
      ]
    }
    

    Since the news is contained in a list called articles, we are creating a variable articles with the value res['articles']. Now we are iterating over this articles list and appending the article["title"] to the news_headlines list. We are then returning the first five news headlines from this list.
     

    8. Get Weather Report

    To get the weather report, we're using the OpenWeatherMap API. Signup for a free account and get the APP ID. Make sure you add the OPENWEATHER_APP_ID in the .env file.

    OPENWEATHER_APP_ID = config("OPENWEATHER_APP_ID")
    
    
    def get_weather_report(city):
        res = requests.get(
            f"http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?q={city}&appid={OPENWEATHER_APP_ID}&units=metric").json()
        weather = res["weather"][0]["main"]
        temperature = res["main"]["temp"]
        feels_like = res["main"]["feels_like"]
        return weather, f"{temperature}℃", f"{feels_like}℃"

    As per the OpenWeatherMap API, we need to make a GET request on the above-mentioned URL with the city name. We'll get a JSON response as:

    {
        "coord": {
            "lon": 85,
            "lat": 24.7833
        },
        "weather": [
            {
                "id": 721,
                "main": "Haze",
                "description": "haze",
                "icon": "50d"
            }
        ],
        "base": "stations",
        "main": {
            "temp": 26.95,
            "feels_like": 26.64,
            "temp_min": 26.95,
            "temp_max": 26.95,
            "pressure": 1011,
            "humidity": 36
        },
        "visibility": 3000,
        "wind": {
            "speed": 2.57,
            "deg": 310
        },
        "clouds": {
            "all": 57
        },
        "dt": 1637227634,
        "sys": {
            "type": 1,
            "id": 9115,
            "country": "IN",
            "sunrise": 1637195904,
            "sunset": 1637235130
        },
        "timezone": 19800,
        "id": 1271439,
        "name": "Gaya",
        "cod": 200
    }

    We'll just need the weather, temperature and feels_like from the above response.
     

    9. Get Trending Movies

    To get the trending movies, we'll be using The Movie Database(TMDB) API. Signup for a free account and get the API Key. Add the TMDB_API_KEY in the .env file. 

    TMDB_API_KEY = config("TMDB_API_KEY")
    
    
    def get_trending_movies():
        trending_movies = []
        res = requests.get(
            f"https://api.themoviedb.org/3/trending/movie/day?api_key={TMDB_API_KEY}").json()
        results = res["results"]
        for r in results:
            trending_movies.append(r["original_title"])
        return trending_movies[:5]

    Just as we did for the latest news headlines, we are creating trending_movies list. Then, as per the TMDB API, we're making a GET request. A sample JSON response looks like this:

    {
      "page": 1,
      "results": [
        {
          "video": false,
          "vote_average": 7.9,
          "overview": "Shang-Chi must confront the past he thought he left behind when he is drawn into the web of the mysterious Ten Rings organization.",
          "release_date": "2021-09-01",
          "title": "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings",
          "adult": false,
          "backdrop_path": "/cinER0ESG0eJ49kXlExM0MEWGxW.jpg",
          "vote_count": 2917,
          "genre_ids": [28, 12, 14],
          "id": 566525,
          "original_language": "en",
          "original_title": "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings",
          "poster_path": "/1BIoJGKbXjdFDAqUEiA2VHqkK1Z.jpg",
          "popularity": 9559.446,
          "media_type": "movie"
        },
        {
          "adult": false,
          "backdrop_path": "/dK12GIdhGP6NPGFssK2Fh265jyr.jpg",
          "genre_ids": [28, 35, 80, 53],
          "id": 512195,
          "original_language": "en",
          "original_title": "Red Notice",
          "overview": "An Interpol-issued Red Notice is a global alert to hunt and capture the world's most wanted. But when a daring heist brings together the FBI's top profiler and two rival criminals, there's no telling what will happen.",
          "poster_path": "/wdE6ewaKZHr62bLqCn7A2DiGShm.jpg",
          "release_date": "2021-11-04",
          "title": "Red Notice",
          "video": false,
          "vote_average": 6.9,
          "vote_count": 832,
          "popularity": 1990.503,
          "media_type": "movie"
        },
        {
          "genre_ids": [12, 28, 53],
          "original_language": "en",
          "original_title": "No Time to Die",
          "poster_path": "/iUgygt3fscRoKWCV1d0C7FbM9TP.jpg",
          "video": false,
          "vote_average": 7.6,
          "overview": "Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.",
          "id": 370172,
          "vote_count": 1804,
          "title": "No Time to Die",
          "adult": false,
          "backdrop_path": "/1953j0QEbtN17WFFTnJHIm6bn6I.jpg",
          "release_date": "2021-09-29",
          "popularity": 4639.439,
          "media_type": "movie"
        },
        {
          "poster_path": "/5pVJ9SuuO72IgN6i9kMwQwnhGHG.jpg",
          "video": false,
          "vote_average": 0,
          "overview": "Peter Parker is unmasked and no longer able to separate his normal life from the high-stakes of being a Super Hero. When he asks for help from Doctor Strange the stakes become even more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man.",
          "release_date": "2021-12-15",
          "id": 634649,
          "adult": false,
          "backdrop_path": "/vK18znei8Uha2z7ZhZtBa40HIrm.jpg",
          "vote_count": 0,
          "genre_ids": [28, 12, 878],
          "title": "Spider-Man: No Way Home",
          "original_language": "en",
          "original_title": "Spider-Man: No Way Home",
          "popularity": 1084.815,
          "media_type": "movie"
        },
        {
          "video": false,
          "vote_average": 6.8,
          "overview": "After finding a host body in investigative reporter Eddie Brock, the alien symbiote must face a new enemy, Carnage, the alter ego of serial killer Cletus Kasady.",
          "release_date": "2021-09-30",
          "adult": false,
          "backdrop_path": "/70nxSw3mFBsGmtkvcs91PbjerwD.jpg",
          "vote_count": 1950,
          "genre_ids": [878, 28, 12],
          "id": 580489,
          "original_language": "en",
          "original_title": "Venom: Let There Be Carnage",
          "poster_path": "/rjkmN1dniUHVYAtwuV3Tji7FsDO.jpg",
          "title": "Venom: Let There Be Carnage",
          "popularity": 4527.568,
          "media_type": "movie"
        }
      ],
      "total_pages": 1000,
      "total_results": 20000
    }
    

    From the above response, we just need the title of the movie. We get the results which is a list and then iterate over it to get the movie title and append it to the trending_movies list. In the end, we return the first five elements of the list.
     

    10. Get Random Jokes

    To get a random joke, we just need to make a GET request on this URL: https://icanhazdadjoke.com/

    def get_random_joke():
        headers = {
            'Accept': 'application/json'
        }
        res = requests.get("https://icanhazdadjoke.com/", headers=headers).json()
        return res["joke"]

     

    11. Get Random Advice

    To get a piece of random advice, we're using the Advice Slip API. 

    def get_random_advice():
        res = requests.get("https://api.adviceslip.com/advice").json()
        return res['slip']['advice']
    

     

    Updating Main Method

    Until now, our main method in the main.py file looked like this:

    if __name__ == '__main__':
        greet_user()
        while True:
            query = take_user_input().lower()
            print(query)

    Let's update this main method now. Since we have our query string here, we can add if-else ladder to check for the different conditions. Refer to the code below:

    import requests
    from functions.online_ops import find_my_ip, get_latest_news, get_random_advice, get_random_joke, get_trending_movies, get_weather_report, play_on_youtube, search_on_google, search_on_wikipedia, send_email, send_whatsapp_message
    from functions.os_ops import open_calculator, open_camera, open_cmd, open_notepad, open_discord
    from pprint import pprint
    
    
    if __name__ == '__main__':
        greet_user()
        while True:
            query = take_user_input().lower()
    
            if 'open notepad' in query:
                open_notepad()
    
            elif 'open discord' in query:
                open_discord()
    
            elif 'open command prompt' in query or 'open cmd' in query:
                open_cmd()
    
            elif 'open camera' in query:
                open_camera()
    
            elif 'open calculator' in query:
                open_calculator()
    
            elif 'ip address' in query:
                ip_address = find_my_ip()
                speak(f'Your IP Address is {ip_address}.\n For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.')
                print(f'Your IP Address is {ip_address}')
    
            elif 'wikipedia' in query:
                speak('What do you want to search on Wikipedia, sir?')
                search_query = take_user_input().lower()
                results = search_on_wikipedia(search_query)
                speak(f"According to Wikipedia, {results}")
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                print(results)
    
            elif 'youtube' in query:
                speak('What do you want to play on Youtube, sir?')
                video = take_user_input().lower()
                play_on_youtube(video)
    
            elif 'search on google' in query:
                speak('What do you want to search on Google, sir?')
                query = take_user_input().lower()
                search_on_google(query)
    
            elif "send whatsapp message" in query:
                speak('On what number should I send the message sir? Please enter in the console: ')
                number = input("Enter the number: ")
                speak("What is the message sir?")
                message = take_user_input().lower()
                send_whatsapp_message(number, message)
                speak("I've sent the message sir.")
    
            elif "send an email" in query:
                speak("On what email address do I send sir? Please enter in the console: ")
                receiver_address = input("Enter email address: ")
                speak("What should be the subject sir?")
                subject = take_user_input().capitalize()
                speak("What is the message sir?")
                message = take_user_input().capitalize()
                if send_email(receiver_address, subject, message):
                    speak("I've sent the email sir.")
                else:
                    speak("Something went wrong while I was sending the mail. Please check the error logs sir.")
    
            elif 'joke' in query:
                speak(f"Hope you like this one sir")
                joke = get_random_joke()
                speak(joke)
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                pprint(joke)
    
            elif "advice" in query:
                speak(f"Here's an advice for you, sir")
                advice = get_random_advice()
                speak(advice)
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                pprint(advice)
    
            elif "trending movies" in query:
                speak(f"Some of the trending movies are: {get_trending_movies()}")
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                print(*get_trending_movies(), sep='\n')
    
            elif 'news' in query:
                speak(f"I'm reading out the latest news headlines, sir")
                speak(get_latest_news())
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                print(*get_latest_news(), sep='\n')
    
            elif 'weather' in query:
                ip_address = find_my_ip()
                city = requests.get(f"https://ipapi.co/{ip_address}/city/").text
                speak(f"Getting weather report for your city {city}")
                weather, temperature, feels_like = get_weather_report(city)
                speak(f"The current temperature is {temperature}, but it feels like {feels_like}")
                speak(f"Also, the weather report talks about {weather}")
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                print(f"Description: {weather}\nTemperature: {temperature}\nFeels like: {feels_like}")

    The above script is quite simple and easy to understand. I don't feel like explaining the code at all.

    Note: For Python 3.10, you can use Python Match Case instead of if-else ladder.

     

    Final Code 

    The main.py looks like:

    import requests
    from functions.online_ops import find_my_ip, get_latest_news, get_random_advice, get_random_joke, get_trending_movies, get_weather_report, play_on_youtube, search_on_google, search_on_wikipedia, send_email, send_whatsapp_message
    import pyttsx3
    import speech_recognition as sr
    from decouple import config
    from datetime import datetime
    from functions.os_ops import open_calculator, open_camera, open_cmd, open_notepad, open_discord
    from random import choice
    from utils import opening_text
    from pprint import pprint
    
    
    USERNAME = config('USER')
    BOTNAME = config('BOTNAME')
    
    
    engine = pyttsx3.init('sapi5')
    
    # Set Rate
    engine.setProperty('rate', 190)
    
    # Set Volume
    engine.setProperty('volume', 1.0)
    
    # Set Voice (Female)
    voices = engine.getProperty('voices')
    engine.setProperty('voice', voices[1].id)
    
    
    # Text to Speech Conversion
    def speak(text):
        """Used to speak whatever text is passed to it"""
    
        engine.say(text)
        engine.runAndWait()
    
    
    # Greet the user
    def greet_user():
        """Greets the user according to the time"""
        
        hour = datetime.now().hour
        if (hour >= 6) and (hour < 12):
            speak(f"Good Morning {USERNAME}")
        elif (hour >= 12) and (hour < 16):
            speak(f"Good afternoon {USERNAME}")
        elif (hour >= 16) and (hour < 19):
            speak(f"Good Evening {USERNAME}")
        speak(f"I am {BOTNAME}. How may I assist you?")
    
    
    # Takes Input from User
    def take_user_input():
        """Takes user input, recognizes it using Speech Recognition module and converts it into text"""
        
        r = sr.Recognizer()
        with sr.Microphone() as source:
            print('Listening....')
            r.pause_threshold = 1
            audio = r.listen(source)
    
        try:
            print('Recognizing...')
            query = r.recognize_google(audio, language='en-in')
            if not 'exit' in query or 'stop' in query:
                speak(choice(opening_text))
            else:
                hour = datetime.now().hour
                if hour >= 21 and hour < 6:
                    speak("Good night sir, take care!")
                else:
                    speak('Have a good day sir!')
                exit()
        except Exception:
            speak('Sorry, I could not understand. Could you please say that again?')
            query = 'None'
        return query
    
    
    if __name__ == '__main__':
        greet_user()
        while True:
            query = take_user_input().lower()
    
            if 'open notepad' in query:
                open_notepad()
    
            elif 'open discord' in query:
                open_discord()
    
            elif 'open command prompt' in query or 'open cmd' in query:
                open_cmd()
    
            elif 'open camera' in query:
                open_camera()
    
            elif 'open calculator' in query:
                open_calculator()
    
            elif 'ip address' in query:
                ip_address = find_my_ip()
                speak(f'Your IP Address is {ip_address}.\n For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.')
                print(f'Your IP Address is {ip_address}')
    
            elif 'wikipedia' in query:
                speak('What do you want to search on Wikipedia, sir?')
                search_query = take_user_input().lower()
                results = search_on_wikipedia(search_query)
                speak(f"According to Wikipedia, {results}")
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                print(results)
    
            elif 'youtube' in query:
                speak('What do you want to play on Youtube, sir?')
                video = take_user_input().lower()
                play_on_youtube(video)
    
            elif 'search on google' in query:
                speak('What do you want to search on Google, sir?')
                query = take_user_input().lower()
                search_on_google(query)
    
            elif "send whatsapp message" in query:
                speak('On what number should I send the message sir? Please enter in the console: ')
                number = input("Enter the number: ")
                speak("What is the message sir?")
                message = take_user_input().lower()
                send_whatsapp_message(number, message)
                speak("I've sent the message sir.")
    
            elif "send an email" in query:
                speak("On what email address do I send sir? Please enter in the console: ")
                receiver_address = input("Enter email address: ")
                speak("What should be the subject sir?")
                subject = take_user_input().capitalize()
                speak("What is the message sir?")
                message = take_user_input().capitalize()
                if send_email(receiver_address, subject, message):
                    speak("I've sent the email sir.")
                else:
                    speak("Something went wrong while I was sending the mail. Please check the error logs sir.")
    
            elif 'joke' in query:
                speak(f"Hope you like this one sir")
                joke = get_random_joke()
                speak(joke)
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                pprint(joke)
    
            elif "advice" in query:
                speak(f"Here's an advice for you, sir")
                advice = get_random_advice()
                speak(advice)
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                pprint(advice)
    
            elif "trending movies" in query:
                speak(f"Some of the trending movies are: {get_trending_movies()}")
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                print(*get_trending_movies(), sep='\n')
    
            elif 'news' in query:
                speak(f"I'm reading out the latest news headlines, sir")
                speak(get_latest_news())
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                print(*get_latest_news(), sep='\n')
    
            elif 'weather' in query:
                ip_address = find_my_ip()
                city = requests.get(f"https://ipapi.co/{ip_address}/city/").text
                speak(f"Getting weather report for your city {city}")
                weather, temperature, feels_like = get_weather_report(city)
                speak(f"The current temperature is {temperature}, but it feels like {feels_like}")
                speak(f"Also, the weather report talks about {weather}")
                speak("For your convenience, I am printing it on the screen sir.")
                print(f"Description: {weather}\nTemperature: {temperature}\nFeels like: {feels_like}")
    

     

    To run the program, you can run the following command:

    $ python main.py

     

    Conclusion

    We just created our very own virtual personal assistant with the help of Python. You can add more features to the application if you like. You can add this project to your resume or just do it for fun!

    Github Repository- https://github.com/ashutoshkrris/Virtual-Personal-Assistant-using-Python

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