qBotica Briefing Note

qBotica Briefing Note

Document ID: CGQT155| Last Updated: Oct. 22, 2018

The professional services climate for AI, machine learning, and cognitive technologies continues to heat up. Companies and organizations of all sizes and from all industries are looking to implement cognitive technologies and realize the promise of AI to handle many of the challenges previously unaddressed by other computing technology. As such, it’s no surprise that consulting firms, professional services, and implementation-oriented companies are rapidly scaling up their AI-focused divisions to take advantage of these opportunities. qBotica, formed by former Syntel and American Express executives, is focused on delivering services and technology-based solutions for intelligent automation including a deep focus on Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and increasing aspects of machine learning as applied to automation and natural language processing.

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The professional services climate for AI, machine learning, and cognitive technologies continues to heat up. Companies and organizations of all sizes and from all industries are looking to implement cognitive technologies and realize the promise of AI to handle many of the challenges previously unaddressed by other computing technology. As such, it’s no surprise that consulting firms, professional services, and implementation-oriented companies are rapidly scaling up their AI-focused divisions to take advantage of these opportunities. qBotica, formed by former Syntel and American Express executives, is focused on delivering services and technology-based solutions for intelligent automation including a deep focus on Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and increasing aspects of machine learning as applied to automation and natural language processing.
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