Look, it’s a bird. No, it’s a plane. Actually, it’s just your neighborhood drone. In 2017, you can expect the skies to get just a little bit busier as buzzing devices increasingly fill the air above our heads. Almost 3,000 businesses, universities, nonprofits, and research groups in the United States are authorized to fly drones.
Growing concern that robots will take over the world and render humans useless exaggerate the threat at hand. Has cognitive computing and robots rapidly evolved? Yes. Computers can now challenge humans intellectually and automate tasks previously thought impossible. While this sounds an alarm for many people, to me it’s exciting. Why fear robots that just
Smartphones have been a trending topic of discussion, specifically around whether they will exist within five years, or if mobile technology will be replaced with Artificial Intelligence. With smartphones as a necessity today, it is interesting to think that they will be a thing of the past by 2021. So how will this all transpire?
A sneak peek into the 3 levels of your back office automation implementation Among a host of other enterprise functions, the impact of RPA is likely to be higher in back-office processing and routine IT operations, primarily due to the predictive nature of such repetitive tasks performed by human workforce and the ease of implementation
We all know the challenges currently faced by IT in driving modernization and being nimble to meet business demands keeping in mind factors such as cost, productivity, efficiency, dependency, SLA targets and more. Organizations spend a lot of money and time to mitigate these challenges in various ways and come up with multiple solutions, of
Framework to institutionalize Automation Adoption Large scale industrial automation has swept the world ever since Henry Ford introduced conveyor-belt assembly lines in 1913. The quest for automating routine mechanical tasks drove manufacturing evolution in the automobile industry. As computers became affordable in the 1960s, Information Technology (IT) was introduced in enterprises primarily to improve ease
In most industries, there has been a lot of talk about Virtual Agents and their role in enhancing customer service. Virtual agents are software programs that enable automated, contextual conversations with customers. At a basic level, Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven Virtual Agents can be suitable alternatives to staff taking up customer calls. No doubt these
In a crucial era for technological growth and development, organizations face the inevitable challenge of digitization. This is a concept that weighs on the minds of business leaders—everybody is involved, or is at least thinking about it. For some, the global transformation into a digitized sphere is a necessary response to competition from established players
Knowledge Absorption (KA) is one of the critical phase in application transition. If KA fails everything else in the transition phase will be deemed for failure. The KA phase is especially challenging for those applications for which we have no pointers. Typically, the business analyst (BA) will be held responsible for functional transitions and during
As 2015 came to a close, the seventh episode of the Star Wars saga, “The Force Awakens,” stormed the world nearly 40 years after the first episode introduced us to characters ― some human, some droids ― that have become mainstays of our popular culture. Our fascination with R2-D2, C-3PO and newcomer BB-8 confirms the