SLAMcore, provider of spatial intelligence software for robots and other autonomous machines, announced a strategic partnership with SYNAOS, developer of smart intralogistics software solutions for logistics and factories. Together the two companies are announcing SYNA.OS VIEW, a low-cost, real time, spatial intelligence system for manually guided intralogistics vehicles (e.g., forklifts and warehouse vehicles).
Gary Flood reports from the opening day of the RPA giant’s latest global non-virtual user conference, FORWARD IV—its first since the end of 2019
As the NHS faces extreme COVID winter pressures, why isn’t RPA being more aggressively used? Historic suspicion of new systems in the UK’s public health system may be hampering adoption of potentially helpful automation.
Even as Prime Minister Boris Johnson was simultaneously quoting Sophocles and Kermit the Frog to a bemused UN, the latest piece of his government’s post-Brexit plan to make the UK a success now it’s out of Europe was unveiled: a new national “AI Strategy” to boost British business use of AI, attract international investment and develop a next generation of tech talent.
The fast spread of the highly infectious Delta variant underscores the need for faster identification of COVID-19 mutations. Uniting governments and medical communities in this challenge, the University of Oxford and Oracle’s Global Pathogen Analysis System (GPAS) is now being used by organizations on nearly every continent.
NICE has released Enlighten AI for Complaint Management, which automatically identifies and categorises consumer complaints as well as automates the remediation process to drive regulatory compliance and improve customer satisfaction, reducing churn.
More that almost 80% of global workers want a digital assistant to support them in everyday, mundane tasks. This and other surprising facts are revealed in Kryon’s 2021 Automation and the Future of Work Study, a global survey commissioned to explore shifting attitudes towards workplace automation.
Research from the University of Kent and Aalto University, Finland, has concluded with four key guidelines for how society should view and utilise Artificial Intelligence (AI), based on fictional scenarios in 18th Century literature.
How advertising giant Dentsu’s using RPA to “elevate our people’s potential and enable them to do the creative, strategic, and high value work that provides value to clients”
Dentsu, one of the world’s largest advertising agency networks, will migrate to the UiPath Automation Cloud to deliver automation and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities at scale across its enterprise. This move is in line with Dentsu’s automation and AI strategic vision to elevate its employees’ potential by integrating automation and AI into internal processes as well as client-facing services.