Artificial intelligence (AI) can be your secret weapon for inventing the drugs of the future — and it’s not as hard as you think. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is embracing AI to accelerate the decades-long process of getting new drugs to market.
Changing the world with automation
In the first installment of this three-part RPA primer series, we covered what Robotic Process Automation is and why you need it, and provided some examples of how adopting RPA can streamline business processes. Let’s continue that conversation with a discussion about the components that make up an RPA system and a walkthrough of creating your very own software robot, or bot.
Combined with Robotic Process Automation (RPA), artificial intelligence (AI) is serving as neural dust that’s well on its way to behaving similarly to human brain cells. As such, AI-powered RPA, or intelligent automation, is now a path to solving business problems and helping C-level leaders mature a business faster.
Automation gives employees more opportunities to thrive. That’s what a March 2019 Forrester study on the effects of adopting robotic process automation (RPA) in various industries, including financial services, utilities, and government, found.
A new generation of public service is underway as government agencies across the globe consider adoption of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). And as the sector follows in the footsteps of privately-owned businesses, governments can learn from their private sector counterparts. Businesses have already discovered the benefits of RPA and intelligent automation, and many of them translate to the public sector, as well.
As telecom consumers, we love our mobile devices. We want more speed, higher responsiveness, and the ability to connect a lot more devices to our phones all at once. We want integrated sensors and a variety of smart TVs, wireless speakers, and gaming systems, along with other devices. For telecom companies, these increased demands present major challenges.