Robotics Process Automation - 5 Key facts

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Stephen Hawking, for example, recently said that, “computers will overtake humans with AI at some point within the next 100 years” and that when it happens, “we need the computers to have goals aligned to ours.” We have, however, got a long way to go before we’re at the peril of real-life, walking, talking robots. For now, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) - robots which allow enterprises to automate repetitive, mundane tasks once undertaken by humans, freeing them up to work on more strategic tasks - is set to change the business landscape. It’s important to reiterate that when we say robots, we don’t actually mean robots. For now, computer coded software is what drives RPA. To get a better idea of the RPA landscape, the PEX Network and SSON surveyed our audience of senior professionals to see how their companies are approaching automation. Below you will find the five most important findings from that data.

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