Automation Anywhere is one of the most popular vendors which offers user-friendly and powerful RPA capabilities. Edureka is partnering with Automation Anywhere for this webinar on Decoding futuristic career roles in RPA with Automation Anywhere. The guest speaker for this session would be Arjun Meda who is an RPA evangelist and part of the Bot Store developer relations team. The average salary for an Automation Anywhere Engineer is around $113k per annum – Payscale.com The Robotic Process Automation market is estimated to reach USD 2,467.0 million by 2022, at a CAGR of 30.14% between 2017 and 2022 – MarketsandMarkets.com
Organizations that can navigate and succeed in times of change have one thing in common: resilience. But what exactly is resilience and how can you strengthen it across your people, teams, and organization? In this three-part webinar series, you'll hear stories and perspectives from Microsoft executives, Boston Consulting Group, and other thought leaders. Learn how they define resilience and how it enables organizations to advance, even in the face of significant challenges and uncertainty.
Everyone is talking about artificial intelligence (AI). In fact, many SAS customers who've been using our analytics capabilities for years or even decades are asking: This flurry of inquiries led to a decision to team up with TM Forum to tackle the subject on a live webinar and in an upcoming Quick Insights paper. If you have some of the same questions, keep reading to learn where you can get the answers. But first, a short tangent about me: this August marks 20 years that I've been at SAS. And believe it or not, in all those years, I have never done a live, global webinar to an external audience.
On March 5th, 2020, the World Evangelical Alliance will host a webinar on Artificial Intelligence, including an overview over existing technology and a theological reflection on the topic. Most of us don't know how much data is already being collected about us from everyday interactions on our phones, web browsers, commercial and financial interactions and social media use. Most of us don't know for what purpose or purposes it is being used, why it is being collected, or indeed by whom and where in the world that data is stored. This is not because of some great conspiracy – it is just because of lack of time and accountability, and the changing culture around us. In a world of "Big Data" which feeds increasingly capable "Artificial Intelligence", society around us is being revolutionized both digitally and in its human relationships.