AI use cases – broad applicability

I recently read a paper from the Mckinsey global institute, titled “NOTES FROM THE AI FRONTIER, APPLYING AI FOR SOCIAL GOOD”. (Linked below) The paper defines AI as “Deep Learning” for the purpose of categorization on this particular research. While the definition can be debated, the topic at hand is about the Continue reading AI use cases – broad applicability

Getting started with Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

This post covers the same ground as the link in the papers section of the site, but I think it is worth dropping into a post as well. Robotic Process Automation brings together classic Business Process Management (BPM) approaches, and macro or scripted automation, with a simpler approach to the Continue reading Getting started with Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Getting Started With RPA

Robotic Process Automation brings together classic Business Process Management (BPM) approaches, and macro or scripted automation, with a simpler approach to the automation development. In simple terms, RPA is about making the automation accessible without deep development-based integration. RPA allows the replacement of repeatable human functions with automation, reducing both Continue reading Getting Started With RPA