IBM Services and Wired Present: Six Degrees of 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 day. A morning show airing in the southern hemisphere can influence the north.

The same is true for intelligent automation technologies.

In our new docu-series, Six Degrees of Automation, we analyze the impact new automation tech is having on industries across markets. We’re proud to present this original series in partnership with IBM Services and Wired Brand Lab, and directed by Christopher Cannucciari.

In our inaugural episode, we explore how intelligent automation is transforming the banking industry. Follow our hero Bill on his journey to receive a home loan, a seemingly simple process, but one that is being transformed by automation technology. See how one small decision Bill makes in a parking lot sparks a ripple effect across his entire customer journey.

To learn more watch the video above and click the button below.




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