IPsoft Briefing Note [CGBN122]

Two primary focuses of Cognilytica’s research is the concept of “Intelligent Assistants” whose primary job is to autonomously perform activities with the intelligence and capabilities often ascribed to humans, and conversely the concept of “Augmented Intelligence” where smart systems enable humans to do their job better. IPsoft is pioneering the space of Artificial Intelligence with …

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IPsoft Briefing Note

Document ID: CGBN122 | Last Updated: Mar. 16, 2018 Abstract Two primary focuses of Cognilytica’s research is the concept of “Intelligent Assistants” whose primary job is to autonomously perform activities with the intelligence and capabilities often ascribed to humans, and conversely the concept of “Augmented Intelligence” where smart systems enable humans to do their job …

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Automation is Not Intelligence

This post was featured in our Cognilytica Newsletter, with additional details. Didn’t get the newsletter? Sign up here: The AI Hype Train Has Left the Station You know you’re in the middle of a hype cycle when every industry has products that use some buzzword, regardless of whether or not they have the technical merit …

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Appian Briefing Note [CGBN118]

Low-code platforms reduce the dependency on highly technical staff to build applications and greatly reduce the time to go from application concept to deployment. It’s no surprise, then, that companies looking to implement AI solutions want to leverage low-code platforms for rapid delivery of AI-enabled capabilities. AI skills are in short supply. The marriage of …

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Softomotive Briefing Note (CGBN121)

With over ten years in the market, and over 6,000 customers, Softomotive is a well-known player in the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) space. The core of Softomotive’s competitive advantage in a very crowded market is their ability to start with a very small installation, even a single-desk product (WinAutomation), and grow from there by gradually …

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UiPath Briefing Note (CGBN119)

Traditional RPA technologies can be fairly sophisticated, but at the end of the day are meant to mimic a human operator’s actions. Even though traditional RPA robots are “trained” by recording the user, they aren’t particularly intelligent. Machine learning and AI helps deal with these situations by using natural language processing, intelligent flow control, and …

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NICE Ltd. Briefing Note (CGBN114)

As organizations look to automate an increasing variety of business-related tasks and processes, we see an emerging new class of automated “machine”: Robotic Process Automation (RPA) technologies. While RPA is making significant improvements into company’s operations by replacing rote human activity with automated tasks, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is poised to give this new engine a …

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Softomotive Briefing Note

Document ID: CGBN121 | Last Updated: Mar. 16, 2018 Abstract With over ten years in the market, and over 6,000 customers, Softomotive is a well-known player in the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) space. The core of Softomotive’s competitive advantage in a very crowded market is their ability to start with a very small installation, even …

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UiPath Briefing Note

Document ID: CGBN119 | Last Updated: Feb. 16, 2018 Abstract Traditional RPA technologies can be fairly sophisticated, but at the end of the day are meant to mimic a human operator’s actions. Even though traditional RPA robots are “trained” by recording the user, they aren’t particularly intelligent. Machine learning and AI helps deal with these …

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Intelligent Process Automation: The 4 Levels of AI-Enablement

This post was featured in our Cognilytica Newsletter, with additional details. Didn’t get the newsletter? Sign up here: Solving Increasingly Harder to Automate Tasks During the industrial revolution, automation enabled machines to take over the hard, repetitive tasks that humans did, and replaced them with much faster, more robust, and less tiring steel, steam, gear …

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