Gene Chao

Automation 101: Should You Build Your Own Automation Team or Hire the Experts?

Automation 101 is a series where we’ll unpack provocative, innovative, and technical automation topics at a digestible level.    EXPLORE IBM AUTOMATION Intelligent workflow, or the technology-enabled automation of activities and services that accomplish a specific function or processes, is becoming less of an option and more of an operating standard. Industry leaders are adopting […]

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IBM Services and Wired Present: Six Degrees of Automation

 LEARN MORE ABOUT IBM AUTOMATION No choice we make is small nor do occurrences take place disparately. We are all connected in some shape or form. An event that occurs in Bangladesh can have a ripple effect that changes the way people live in Canada. What you eat for lunch could alter a distant coworker’s […]

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Automation 101: Learn How Automation Will Fundamentally Change the Future of Work

Automation 101 is a series where we’ll breakdown wonky, technical automation topics at the 8th grade level. As machines are quickly learning to complete the repetitive and time-consuming tasks that take up much of our workdays, workers are being freed up to think more creatively and ambitiously about their jobs. Instead of being tied down […]

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How to ramp up robotic process automation with artificial intelligence

Key points: Artificial intelligence addresses the limits of robotic process automation, allowing for the rise of intelligent automation Intelligent process automation promises new levels of productivity and innovation—freeing an organization’s people to focus on higher-value activities Learn more The interest in and use of robotic process automation (RPA) has rapidly increased to support repetitive, labor-intensive […]

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