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The Role Of Cognitive RPA In The Insurance Industry


Cognitive robotic process automation (RPA) is a fast-evolving field of computing and is an emerging form of business process automation (BPA) technology. It involves the automation of many internal and external customer journeys through software "bots." RPA started roughly 20 years ago as a rudimentary screen-scraping tool, technology that is used to eliminate repetitive data entry or form-filling that human operators used to do the bulk of. For example, the software could copy data from one source to another on a computer screen. Imagine a finance clerk handling invoice processes by filling in specific fields on the screen.

Researchers Develop New Way to Increase Energy Efficiency of Smart Computers


Anthony is recognized as a thought leader and primary innovator of products, solutions, and technologies for the intelligent capture, RPA, BPM, BI and mobile markets. ABBYY is an innovator and leader in artificial intelligence (Al) technology including machine learning and natural language processing that helps organizations better understand and drive context and outcomes from their data. The company sets a goal to grow and strengthen its leadership positions by satisfying the ever-increasing demand for AI-enabled products and solutions. ABBYY has been developing semantic and AI technologies for many years. Thousands of organizations from over 200 countries and regions have chosen ABBYY solutions that transform documents into business value by capturing information in any format.

Technology And Trends Shaping Insurtech In 2019 And Beyond


Multiple disruptive forces are reshaping the global insurance sector. Technology such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), blockchain and internet of things (IoT) solutions stand on one end, and nimble, innovative insurtech startups sit on the other. These technology advancements are forcing traditional incumbents to rethink their business models and accelerate their digital transformation strategies. In the coming months, insurance as we know it will undergo rapid transformational changes that include the following trends. Back-end workflows within the insurance enterprise (including underwriting) will be automated to a large extent using AI/ML.

The mix of AI, RPA is turning business process automation smart - ET CIO


Many companies add AI to processes by building or buying single-task bots, such as NLP systems or vision recognition tools, and adding them to processes using traditional, non-AI methods. But human intelligence is still needed to tease out processes, disparate systems into a single coherent process, to change processes as the business evolves, and to spot and fix problems. According to McKinsey, AI, machine learning, and related technologies are now making inroads into this territory via robotic process automation (RPA). This combination of AI and RPA adds up to intelligent process automation (IPA). In addition to RPA and machine learning algorithms, IPA also includes process management software, natural language processing and generation, and cognitive agents, or "bots."

VirtusaPolaris and WorkFusion to Deliver Robotic Automation and AI-powered Cognitive Automation to the Financial Services Sector


WIRE)--VirtusaPolaris, the market-facing brand of Virtusa Corporation and Polaris Consulting & Services, Ltd. and a leading worldwide provider of information technology (IT) consulting and outsourcing services, and WorkFusion, the leading smart process automation (SPA) provider, today announced a partnership to deliver new smart automation solutions for the banking and financial services (BFS) market. The combination of VirtusaPolaris' deep BFS industry and process expertise and WorkFusion's cutting edge platform will help clients reduce operational costs, while improving quality, productivity and agility. "Most financial services organizations continue to struggle with inefficient legacy systems that have not kept pace with the change in business and regulations, introducing gaps in process automation that negatively impact efficiency of business operations. Many of these gaps are low complexity high volume routine process steps and most organizations have deployed large operational workforces, frequently offshore, to handle these processes," said Bob Graham, global solutions head, Banking and Financial Services at VirtusaPolaris. "WorkFusion's combination of robotic and cognitive automation supported by VirtusaPolaris' expert consulting and implementation services allow customers to improve quality through greater accuracy and the removal of human error, reduce costs through rapid automation of manual tasks, and accelerate time to market with our proven delivery approach."