Topic: Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
The AI Summit Helps Businesses to Look Beyond AI Hype
AI is already delivering real value in business. It is being implemented across all industries and business functions creating unprecedented efficiencies in human productivity. That was also the verdict of a recent Forbes Insights survey of 300-plus executives, in which 95% believe that AI will play an important role in their responsibilities in the near-future.
How Intelligent Document Processing Changes the Game for Robotic Processes
Many companies today are hesitant to adopt new technologies for fear of disrupting their existing business – sort of a “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it” attitude. However, as new technologies change the way customers interact with companies, change becomes necessary for survival.
Intelligent Document Processing for Every Level of an Organization’s Need
Enterprise organizations continue to push the boundaries in search of technologies that can understand and liberate meaning from unstructured content – documents, email communications, images, and text – given content is central to all business processes and activities.
AI is the megatrend that will shape the future
This year’s Handelsblatt AI Summit in Munich stands out from many others for attracting most of the industry’s leading AI scientists and professors from prestigious Max Planck and Alan Touring Institutes. Strategic players from large multinational companies such as IBM, Bosch, Siemens and Alibaba also participated, each presenting a different perspective on how AI will overhaul the way we live and change the way we do business.
Debunking The Myths Surrounding Automation
Thomas Gardner, Co-Founder of ABBYY’s RPA delivery partner, Robiquity, puts the world to rights on some of the myths surrounding automation. Technology advancements often mean change. No matter how beneficial these developments might look on paper, talking staff into embracing them can be a challenge. Automation is a prime example.
The Year of AI is finally here
In this blog post, which first appeared in UKTech News, ABBYY’s global VP Neil Murphy predicts a watershed moment for AI adoption in 2019. Here are his six AI predictions everyone should read. 1. In 2019, AI will move out of the boardroom and into the enterprise 2019 will see AI move from a top-level discussion to start impacting on day to day work in businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Looking Back on 2018. So where has the year gone?
2018 has been a truly transformative year for all of us courtesy of those innovative changes in our product lines and the enthusiasm of our experts to share their experiences with you through ABBYY Blog. At a time like this, we all relax, slow down, and reflect on the outgoing year.
Smarter Robots Handle the Unstructured Content
With enterprise adoption of robotic process automation (RPA) set for hyper-growth, providing the technology with human-like capabilities to handle unstructured content remains a key challenge. In this piece, ABBYY's Bill Galusha looks at how Blue Prism is making its robots smarter with the use of intelligent capture technologies.
Content Analytics Challenges for Managing Contracts
In this blog series our guest contributor Michael Simon will share his perspectives on the challenges faced by organizations in surfacing business critical entities, attributes and terms within contracts as well suggest solutions that will streamline your obligations analysis and portfolio risk management processes. Contracts are the engine of a business. They contain critical business intelligence needed to run the enterprise.