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This article is from The IABM Business Intelligence Digest from September 2018. The full report can be viewed here What if swiping a smartphone screen joined the long list of gestures that belong to the past – dipping a pen nib in ink, rotating one finger on a phone’s rotary dial, or even gently moving the mouse on the side of the keyboard? Voice control looks set to become the future of interactions with connected devices. Progress on natural language processing coupled with big data and machine learning have opened the way for the virtual assistant to become more effective. Interactions can now be made via a variety of devices such as mobile devices, websites, applications and home assistants. According to recent evidence, the size of the virtual assistant market is expected to skyrocket in the next years. Since the beginning of 2018, multiple initiatives from various players including the tech giants have taken place to seize the biggest share of the “virtual assistant” market. [caption id="attachment_62217" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Source: Statista[/caption] For example, in June 2018 Mozilla announced project Scout, a new web browser fully controlled by voice. The battle of the operating systems is fierce – Alexa by Amazon,...