Top research on RPA and automation
Technology based innovation is transforming the world around us at a rapid pace. Digital technologies are adding the much-needed impetus to The 4th Industrial Revolution by making the overall transactions more seamless, automated, productive and efficient.
All businesses need to be mindful of this new-found agility and efficacy in order to navigate through today’s competitive market.
Leveraging these cutting-edge technologies in ways in which business profitability is enhanced, will be vital to sustain in the Age of Digital Transformation.
RPA Tools Research Digest
This paper discusses the ways in which automation of industrial processes may expand rather than eliminate problems with the human operator. Some comments will be made on methods of alleviating these problems within the “classic” approach of leaving the operator with responsibility for abnormal conditions, and on the potential for continued use of the human operator for on-line decision-making within human-computer collaboration.
The Reskilling Toolkit contains information, guidance, tips, and resources on how to reskill and/or upskill employees impacted by major workforce changes, such as automation. The toolkit aligns to the Human Capital Framework (HCF), which guides agencies through the four different systems of the human capital management life cycle. Continuous reskilling and upskilling contributes to fostering a culture of continuous learning. By actively managing the workforce and developing agile operations, agencies better position themselves for effective and efficient achievement of their mission and goals.
Cities, which accommodate over half of the world’s population, are modern society’s hubs for economic productivity and innovation. As job migration is the leading factor in urbanization, policymakers are increasingly concerned about the impact of artificial intelligence and automation on employment in cities. In a world struggling between localism and globalism, a question emerges:
How will different cities cope with automation?
Answering this question has implications on everything from urban migration to investment, and from social welfare policy to educational initiatives.
Simple to Intelligent Automation | PwC
The ownership and use of new technologies, processes and robots is likely to make businesses richer and more powerful. For a fairer society it is important that we consider ownership models of technologies whilst being cautious not to stifle innovation.
Leading up to 2020, radically transformed Bank models will emerge. A glimpse ahead shows an emphasis on innovative technologies to vastly facilitate banking - inclusive banking through new types of Bank models, non-traditional alliances to make banking affordable, Fintech capabilities to make banking customer centric. Banking in the future will be collaborative, exciting and will raise the bar in setting new standards
RPA Tools Nuzzel Newsletter
The role of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is evolving continuously at a faster pace. Enterprises and providers need to work towards scaling and move beyond the ‘islands of BOTs’ scattered across organizations. RPA as a technology has proven itself across a widespread enterprise base ranging from pilots to full deployment.
RPA Tools Weekly Refind | Top RPA Articles
Here’s a roundup of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) articles that caught our attention this past week…
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