Time changes everything. Especially the way we work. “The kinds of skills companies will require in the next three to five years are going to shift, with profound implications for the career paths that workers will need to pursue as RPA continues its trajectory,” predicts Sundar Nagarathnam, a senior vice president at Automation Anywhere.
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How is the future of work going to differ from the way we work today? As we evolve the nature of work from repetitive tasks to the more conceptual and creative, is there a path forward we should embrace to accelerate our goals? Recently, our co-founder, Neeti Mehta Shukla, spoke to Wharton Business Radio about what the future of work looks like and how our company philosophy is helping make that future better for workers.
Automation Anywhere is excited to announce the acquisition of Klevops, a privately-held company based in Paris. With the acquisition, Automation Anywhere fast forwards the RPA category to Attended Automation 2.0.
From technological ingenuity flows life-changing events. As Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to make inroads into all aspects of society, from reading X-rays to driving cars, the ability to invent new forms of AI-enabled software bots is getting developers excited to contribute to dramatic improvements in society. Much has changed recently because of the availability of enormous data sets that AI can use to help better human lives and contribute to a significant increase in work productivity.
At the end of what’s been a long few days, I’ve got just one more meeting before I can head out for the weekend. And I’m ready. I even made it to the restaurant first. But as I’m watching my boss exit his car through the glass windows, my phone rings. I check a text and discover a senior employee is leaving and, for security reasons, we need to immediately remove him from 10 critical systems.
Although humans are living longer around the globe, life expectancy in the USA slipped recently to 78.6 years according to Center for Disease Control (CDC). After a half-century of improvements, middle-aged people are now more likely to die earlier than they were in 2011. Mortality rates for people aged 55-64 are increasing, while younger people and women are more often stricken. “Life expectancy gives us a snapshot of the nation’s overall health,” said Robert R. Redfield, Director CDC, “and these sobering statistics are a wakeup call that we are losing too many Americans, too early and too often, to conditions that are preventable.” Chronic disease is now the biggest threat to our longevity. The top 10 leading causes of morbidity include heart disease, cancer, unintentional injuries (this includes drug overdoses,) chronic lower respiratory disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes. While facing these challenges, life science companies can utilize Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to transform time to market for life-changing drugs and to raise life expectancy to a lofty old age.