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Robotics, It's All About People

Posted by Matthew Burnham on 27 July 2018 in: Real Estate, robotic process automation, Robots-as-a-Service, RaaS, Automation, Artificial Intelligence

In a recent blog post, I wrote a (slightly) tongue-in-cheek introduction to your new colleague, the one that was always up for the boring, mundane and repetitive work, because, at Open Box, we’ve always believed that machines will add most value when they work alongside humans.

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Is RPA the Same as Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

Posted by Brendan Canny on 22 March 2018 in: robotic process automation, Robots-as-a-Service, RaaS, Automation, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence

In my previous blog, I introduced the concept that RPA and our Automation Engine should be seen as a robust “toolkit” used to re imagine the tasks we currently assign to human beings. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) etc. fit into this concept as simply being additional tools within one arsenal.

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Just Do It! And Other Takeaways From Blue Prism Pulse

Posted by Brendan Canny on 20 February 2018 in: industry news, robotic process automation, Robots-as-a-Service, RaaS, Automation, Artificial Intelligence

One thing was clear from the inaugural Blue Prism Pulse event in New York: the digital workforce is here, and, if you haven’t already, you need to dive in and get started with automation.

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PropTech Cheat Sheet: All the AI Terms You Need to Know

Posted by Matthew Burnham on 11 January 2018 in: robotic process automation, Automation, Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Digitalization, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning

So you know that awkward social situation, where you are introduced to someone, don’t quite catch their name, and then too much time passes for you to legitimately ask them to repeat their name.

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