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This report, together with the AI Assistant Tracker: 2H18, provides a dynamic assessment of and qualitative insight into the most relevant voice AI assistants on a global level.


  • The competition continues to heat up, with no absolute winners or losers.
  • Developer engagement is essential to expand the value proposition of AI platforms.
  • Personalization has progressed, but not fast enough to revolutionize the user experience.

Features and Benefits

  • Analyze why advances in language support are crucial to stand out.
  • Learn why business model innovation continues to be slow and steady.

Key questions answered

  • Why do visual applications on AI assistants need strong partner and developer frameworks?
  • How are device makers promoting more extensive native support for AI assistants?

Table of contents


  • Introduction
  • Download 1: AI Assistant Tracker: 2H18 Highlights

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