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Automation at Scale - Issue #24

“As AI can learn to think, learn, and project by employing predictive analytics, RPA should be able t
Automation at Scale - Issue #24
By Jonathan Kogan • Issue #24 • View online
“As AI can learn to think, learn, and project by employing predictive analytics, RPA should be able to intercept exceptions and match these patterns or events to expected or unexpected, opportunities, and threats.
This puts organizations in a position to think through and respond to emergent behaviors and markets.”

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