The “virtuous circle” comprising RPA, machine learning and analytics was the central theme of this month’s BotVisions webinar series. Joining me were Kelly Coupe, Principal Product Manager, and Abhijit Kakhandiki, VP of Products, to share their insights into how business users are integrating the execution capabilities of RPA with the cognitive capabilities of machine learning to take the business benefits of automation to the next level.
Changing the world with automation
This month BotVisions, our webinar series, focused on the issue of Brexit and the Digital Workforce. I talked to both with Aris Kossoras, Partner at KPMG and Sarah Burnett, VP at Everest Group about how Brexit is affecting the movement of people, goods, services and capital.
In a recent Future of Work Organization podcast, one question that futurist Jacob Morgan asked struck me: How is RPA empowering people?
Robotic process automation—and particularly the cognitive variety—is touted as being a way to “free” people to do higher value work. With a machine doing the repetitive, more mundane jobs, it’s clear that humans have capacity to do more. But what?
Bots can enable employee empowerment if we understand a few concepts:
Cognitive technology like IBM Watson and robotic process automation technology have been largely separate. After all, they're meant to perform different jobs for different situations. But what happens when you combine the two, bringing together the cutting-edge capabilities of cognitive and the practical, powerful abilities of RPA? The video above invites you to jump on our virtual elevator and see why we decided to devlop an enterprise solution that gives the best of both worlds.
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Many of today’s jobs won’t be here tomorrow. In fact, they’ll disappear to the tune of over 100 million by 2025, according to McKinsey reports.
It’s an alarming statistic. And, like many of you, I find myself unsettled. In light of information like that, I can’t help but wonder: What will the jobs of the future be like? What will we be doing? What will our kids be doing? But before we think forward, think backward.
Recently, an article on LinkedIn posited what the jobs of the future might look like after many of today’s jobs are automated (to the tune of 100M by the year 2025, according to McKinsey).
Automation Anywhere CEO Mihir Shukla saw new jobs emerging in three areas: