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How Cognitive Automation Changed The World

Intelligent Automation transforms the way people communicate, profit from innovation, and how businesses work. It helps companies build innovative products and services. Sophisticated machines learn cyclical changes from other connected computers, combined with a wider Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem.

The findings of our survey show that smart automation has moved to be mainstream and managers understand that they can deliver continuous value. 76% of respondents believe that rising automation has a positive impact on business performance.

One of the most disruptive forces since the Industrial Revolution is the automation of key aspects of highly skilled experts. Similar to how cotton gin revolutionized production and cultivation, cognitive technologies that learn, understand and process languages, models and images like human beings are ready to transform companies through Intelligent Automation, changing the world.

Remember the importance of the transition to cognitive automation, also referred to as RPA. The reduction and outsourcing of menial and worldly elements of work help workers to concentrate on bigger tasks at hand. The importance of an employee is the potential for good decision making and creativity. Rather than connecting talents with repeated jobs, organizations can automate further operations and access the most suitable and cost-effective to provide exceptions on request.

Should all business invest in cognitive automation?

We cannot ignore the broad variety of advantages in cognitive process automation. The technical innovation opens up a new generation of automation options that we could not picture before. Organizations assume that they will miss several possibilities provided by RPA. The automation of tasks using AI skills and capabilities requires cognitive automation.

Do you need high-level cognitive skills to automate tasks? The solution–investment in the automation of cognitive processes. If you want to evaluate historical data or need to identify/categorize data, cognitive automation recognizes the underlying trends so that the worker can decide quickly.

We expect global investment in intelligent AI systems to hit 57,6 billion dollars by 2021. Cognitive innovations such as AI, ML, NLP, and profound learning are without question changing and reinventing business models. Implementing cognitive technologies is the norm today, with companies implementing tools for cognitive automation in every vertical industry. The next level of robot process automation is cognitive automation.

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Written by: Jimmi Chandra

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