Now with the way we interact with our world and technology changing all the time, the advent of Siri and now Google assistant is helping drive our new world of engagement. However do we trust what we are getting from our new virtual assistants? Are they really specialist enough to make a difference?

Yes they can give me an answer to the nearest restaurant i am looking for or call my colleague when i ask but can it really be my can't live without assistant? 

The difference between a 'do engine' and my own personal assistant that can actually make my life easier seems a long way off. 

If you've seen the TV series 'Suits' you will know what having a personal assistant like 'Donna' is like, she understands 'Harvey's' user state (emotion, awareness, comprehension) she makes everything personal to the point that sometimes not even Harvey knew and lastly the trust is there to allow her to act like that.

If we are going to get virtual assistants to that level we sure are a long way off because i tell you both Siri and Google Assistant are no Donna!