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Artificial Intelligence Vs Intelligent Automation

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Subsets of artificial intelligence like machine learning or deep learning -- when they are not -- any program, application or system that can make decisions and perform actions autonomously based on machine learning has artificial intelligence. Intelligent automation (AI) refers to any IT automation tool that can improve its processes and outcomes, improve IT resources and increase efficiency through data analytics and better human decision making. Intelligent Automation (AI) combines artificial intelligence and automation technologies to automate low-level tasks in your business. Intelligent automation simplifies processes, frees up resources and improves operational efficiency, and has many applications: an automobile manufacturer can use AI to accelerate production or reduce the risk of human error, a pharmaceutical or life sciences company can use intelligent automation to reduce costs and improve resource efficiency there. Automation is basically the creation of hardware or software that can do something automatically, without human intervention.


What is Intelligent Process Automation and How Does it Differ from Robotic Process Automation?

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Automation is no longer a term confined to the dictionary of technical people only. Common folks are now very much aware of terms like Robotic Process Automation, Automation, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning. To add to this list of leading technologies is Intelligent Process Automation. This article will give you a glimpse into what these technologies are, especially Intelligent Process Automation and Robotic Process Automation (RPA). So, let’s begin!


Machine learning is the engine that drives automation, AI, according to BT's McRae

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There's a lot of buzz about artificial intelligence being a game-changer for the telecom industry, but machine learning is paving the way in the short term. BT's Neil McRae, chief architect, said there are elements of artificial intelligence in today's machine learning, and that machine learning could enable more, and deeper automation in networks. "BT Labs have been doing some work with Cambridge University leveraging both machine learning and artificial intelligence to improve our ability to react to events on the network," McRae said. "The initial findings are very promising. Networks are more complex, customers demand more and more from the network and I want to ensure that the network is the strongest part of our customers supply change.


Weekly Top 10 Automation Articles - Latest, Trending Automation News

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A bolt from the maybe-future struck the technology community in late September. A paper by Google computer scientists appeared on a NASA website, claiming that an innovative new machine called a quantum computer had demonstrated "quantum supremacy." Transfer learning, or a technique that entails pretraining an AI model on a data-rich task before fine-tuning it on another task, has been successfully applied in domains from robotics to object classification. Unilever has claimed it is saving hundreds of thousands of pounds a year by replacing human recruiters with an artificial intelligence system, amid warnings of a populist backlash against the spread of machine learning. Facebook remains embroiled in a multibillion-dollar judgement lawsuit over its facial recognition practices, but that hasn't stopped its artificial intelligence research division from developing technology to combat the very misdeeds of which the company is accused.


Weekly Top 10 Automation Articles - Latest, Trending Automation News

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Sony is the latest company to dip its toes into AI-powered music. The company revealed this week that its researchers have created a machine learning model that can create kick-drum tracking. MIT computer scientists are hoping to accelerate the use of artificial intelligence to improve medical decision-making, by automating a key step that's usually done by hand -- and that's becoming more laborious as certain datasets grow ever-larger. What's the point of teaching a computer how to knit? MIT researchers found it goes beyond just some nice gloves and scarves, to a window into deep learning forms of artificial intelligence.