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Correction to: Intelligent Assistants

Conceptual Dimensions, Contextual Model, and Design Trends

Authors: Hitesh Dhiman, Christoph Wächter, Michael Fellmann, Carsten Röcker

Published in: Business & Information Systems Engineering | Issue 5/2022

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The original article can be found online at https://​doi.​org/​10.​1007/​s12599-022-00743-1.

1 Correction to: Bus Inf Syst Eng https://​doi.​org/​10.​1007/​s12599-022-00743-1

In the published version of Table 1 the values for the category “Embodiment” have erroneously been interchanged. They are shown as “Yes (93%)” and “No (7%)”, whereas they should be reversed. Please find here the correct table.
Table 1
Typology of intelligent assistants
Meta-characteristic
Dimension
Characteristic
Frequency (%)
Assistant characteristics
Activity
Providing information
73
Executing tasks
27
Initiative
Autonomous
43
Delegated
37
Mixed
20
Flexibility
Adaptive
35
Adaptable
10
Static
55
Input combination(s)
Peripheral
67
Language and peripheral
14
Language only
6
Sensor input
4
Peripheral and sensor input
5
Language & peripheral & Sensor input
4
Feedback combination(s)
Visual
79
Language only
2
Visual and language
15
Visual and haptic
3
Haptic
1
Modality
Unimodal
75
Multimodal
25
Embodiment
No
93
Yes
7
Ubiquity
Platform-specific
64
Mobile
10
Web-based
23
Multiple devices
2
Learning capability
In-the-loop learning
43
Learned models
57
Outcome(s)
Outcomes
Improve productivity
53
Learning/skill acquisition
13
Augment experience
10
Improve work quality
24
Outcome type
Augment
81
Compensate
6
Both
13
Environment characteristics
Assistance target
Application-interface
64
Objects
22
Application-interface & Object
14
Domain
Professional
43
Private
43
Education
14
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Title
Correction to: Intelligent Assistants
Conceptual Dimensions, Contextual Model, and Design Trends
Authors
Hitesh Dhiman
Christoph Wächter
Michael Fellmann
Carsten Röcker
Publication date
23-05-2022
Publisher
Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden
Published in
Business & Information Systems Engineering / Issue 5/2022
Print ISSN: 2363-7005
Electronic ISSN: 1867-0202
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12599-022-00756-w

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