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RPA? How robotic process automation streamlines business processes Two kinds of RPA: Attended and unattended Attended automation Attended automation allows you to focus on more high-value work across your organisation. It does this by automating repetitive, manual, front-office activities and mimics actions you perform on your desktop or browser, like mouse clicks, by recording and playing back these actions in real time. Unattended automation By contrast, as its name suggests, unattended automation doesn’t require someone to be at their computer. Instead, unattended bots do the work by themselves recording and playing back actions. Because they can use triggers and schedule automated events, they’re ideal for accelerating the automation of high-volume tasks across your organisation. Faster ROI and improved compliance Because they don’t require custom code from the development team, bots are a very low-cost solution. They’re also easy to implement quickly. As a result, ROI from impleme

RPA: Robotic process automation

 Robotic process automation What is RPA? Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is software technology it is easy for all to use to automate repeated task. With RPA, software users create software robots, that can learn, mimic, and then execute rules-based business processes. Robotic process automation (RPA) is a software technology that makes it easy to build, deploy, and manage software robots that minimize human’s actions interacting with digital systems and software. Benefits of RPA Robotic process automation streamlines workflows, which makes organizations more profitable, flexible and responsive. RPA is noninvasive and can be rapidly implemented to accelerate digital transformation. It also increases employee satisfaction, engagement and productivity by removing mundane tasks from their workdays. • Less coding • Rapid cost savings • Higher customer satisfaction • Improved employee morale • Better accuracy and compliance  • Existing systems remain in place RPA software tools

New Technology Trends for 2024

Technologies whose development, practical applications, or both are still largely unrealized. These technologies are generally new but also include older technologies finding new applications. Generative AI Quantum computing Sustainable technology Blockchain Edge computing 5G Robotics Extended reality Internet of Things Cybersecurity Virtual reality Artificial intelligence Augmented reality Digital twins 3D printing Applications Autonomous devices Cloud technology Renewable energy Autonomous vehicles Continuous Threat exposure Management Cryptocurrencies Cybersecurity and privacy Datafication

Artificial Intelligence

  What is artificial intelligence? Artificial intelligence is technology that enables devices to learn, read, write, talk, see, create, play, analyse etc. Artificial intelligence is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. Specific applications of AI include expert systems, natural language processing, speech recognition and machine vision and many more. Although there have been numerous cycles of hype around artificial intelligence, even detractors appear to agree that OpenAI's ChatGPT represents a sea change. The previous time generative AI was this significant, advances in computer vision led the way; this time, natural language processing (NLP) is leading the way. Not only can generative models understand human language, but they can also understand the grammar of various other data kinds, including software code, chemicals, and natural imagery. Some no-code interfaces allow non-programmers to construct and alter programmes fast a