A user’s interaction with a virtual assistant is typically limited to the context of a single app. As such, the context and history of a user’s interaction with the virtual assistant within one app is completely isolated from the context of history of the user’s interaction with the virtual assistant when using another app. Such compartmentalization reduces the seamlessness with which users can use a virtual assistant for tasks and recommendations that span across multiple apps. With user permission, the techniques described in this disclosure integrate the knowledge of user interaction across apps and contexts. The information in turn enables enhancement of content or action recommendations.
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Carbune, Victor and Sharifi, Matthew, "Providing Contextual Recommendations Based On Prior Interactions Across Apps", Technical Disclosure Commons, (June 26, 2020)