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It is better to always be skeptical, and approach machine learning with the discipline you apply to software engineering
Instead of trying to produce a programme to simulate the adult mind, why not rather try to produce one which simulates the child’s? If this were then subjected to an appropriate course of education one would obtain the adult brain.
There is a growing view that the next evolution of the Internet of Things will be to incorporate them into the network – opening up thrilling possibilities along the way.
GenTech have woken up to a reality where a life lived “plugged in” has significant consequences for their individual privacy.
Some developing country alliances are now looking to roll back other digital trade commitments in the WTO which they see as damaging.
Technology itself does not explain why work is performed outside of regular hours. For that we need to look at organisational culture.
Research shows that 230,000 jobs in the sector could disappear by 2025, filled by “artificial intelligence agents”.
We believe the future focus for many organizations will be to determine how to increase automation and capitalize on those opportunities that dramatically improve process outcomes, quality, costs, and cycle times beyond initial bot deployments.
More and more RPA vendors are including AI and other cognitive technologies in their products. We are already witnessing lesser demand for standalone RPA in mature markets. A more integrated automation offering is the need of the hour and RPA is and will remain a critical piece in this story.
As machine learning and AI technologies get democratized, it will be integrated with RPA allowing for more intelligent process automation. From simple rule-based automation RPA will metamorphosis to IRPA to Near-Human like RPA.

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