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Popular Trends of Intelligent Automation One Should be Aware of
Augmenting RPA with AI technologies broadens the scope of business process automation to nearly any scenario—cognitive bots can reason and make decisions, learning on the job to become valuable resources in one's human-digital workforce.
Fremont, CA: Intelligent Automation is a term that refers to a comprehensive solution for digital transformation that is primarily based on process management (BPM) to orchestrate users, tasks, systems, and robots (RPA) based on the needs of the business at the time.
Augmenting RPA with AI technologies broadens the scope of business process automation to nearly any scenario—cognitive bots can reason and make decisions, learning on the job to become valuable resources in one's human-digital workforce. Intelligent automation, on the other hand, has the potential to reimagine how businesses operate by seamlessly integrating work processes, technology, and people. It enables data scientists and developers to create tailored AI-powered tools for business users by leveraging any AI platform of choice, including Microsoft intent analysis, Google Translate, and IBM Watson sentiment analysis. At the same time, all Automation Anywhere Enterprise users can use AI technologies such as computer vision, fuzzy logic, Natural Language Processing (NLP), and machine learning (ML) to automate unstructured data processes without the need for data scientists or highly-trained specialists.
As per a recent survey, nearly half of enterprises intend to increase their spending on automation/RPA in 2021.
Co-opetition has remained a prominent theme in the automation space, and it is expected to become even more so in 2021.
Within the automation space, there has been a huge surge of Low Code Application Platforms (LCAP) with the guarantee of simplifying app development and making it 10X faster to build new apps. 2021 will be the Year of Process Discovery, with enterprises realizing that it is an effective way to tie their automation deployments to outcomes and ROIs, allowing them to scale their automation practices.