Conversational assistants are available on various computing devices, e.g., smartphones. With greater popularity, conversational assistants are being deployed in multiple different computing devices such as televisions, laptops, tablets, speakers, Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices, etc. Per techniques of this disclosure, user interface state of a conversational assistant is adjusted as appropriate for the device and the conversational context. Such adjustment can include dynamically adjusting the display of the conversational assistant, e.g., to one of a set of predetermined states and/ or dynamically scaling the display of the conversational assistant.
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Alcorn, Zachary; Ramchandran, Aparna; and Chen, Jennifer, "User interface for modular conversational assistant", Technical Disclosure Commons, (May 15, 2017)