Hottest Topic Of Process Automation Robotics?
The following are the biggest problems and therefore the hottest topics in process automation robotics.
OCR (handwritten) – The handwritten OCR is a big problem at this time. Believe it or not there are plenty of companies that are still doing a lot of things on paper. Other companies are trying to escape from paper, but of course there are already a lot of data on these documents to be read. This is a huge problem and one that you personally are also trying to solve, together with many other companies.
Image Recognition – There are still plenty of things to do in this. Again, it is very similar to the problem OCR. A lot of work there, but no real results. An example of this is perfectly tables read by the computer along with their points point. Aitomation us are trying to solve, and we are working so closely with the department of water and sanitation, but once we have a problem. The technology is not only available.
Other issues besides these are the hottest topics currently in process automation robotics:
Greater incorporation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for making high-level decisions and inference. That is, try to incorporate AI in the EPR.
The RPA come sector banks. At this time a lot of work is being done on it, in fact while working closely with a bank, we realized that as much as six areas could be fully automated. So RPA will be a big part of banks in the future.
RPA integration and popular tools is something that many people in the industry are excited EPR. That will be a revolutionary thing. Which means (of course I’m simplifying) it is that the tools that are already used in the business, for example, HubSpot will be even more automated and improved by the EPR come into it.
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