Voice emerged as one of the most important trends of 2018. Driven by the growing use of voice-enabled devices, such as Amazon and Google’s smart speakers, many companies have started exploring the ways voice will impact everything from search to online retail.
Welcome to The Week in Digital Transformation, our regular round-up of the most interesting news, ideas and research from the past week to shed light on the mysterious process of “digital transformation”.
This week, the UK government is getting on board with voice in a bid to make government accessible in new ways, and one of the largest NHS trusts in the UK is creating its own electronic patient records system to deliver integrated healthcare.
Welcome to the second part of our state of voice search in 2018 series.
In this series, we’re taking a realistic look at voice search in 2018, with no hype or hyperbole: establishing how widespread it really is, whether you need to optimise for it, and how you can go about doing so.
It’s been three months since Apple started shipping the Apple HomePod, its long-awaited entry into the increasingly competitive smart speaker market.
Despite initial optimism around the HomePod’s prospects, reports have indicated that Apple’s smart speaker falls short of its main rivals, the Google Home and Amazon Echo, in terms of features and functionality.