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In 2014, distinguished Oxford University philosopher, Nick Bostrom, released his book Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies. It hypothesises the potential impact on society if “machine brains” were to surpass that of a human, with the premise being that our destiny would be dependant on machine intelligence, and therefore out of our own hands.
There is, however, a long way to go before we’re at the peril of walking, talking robots in the enterprise – even if Boston Dynamics’ humanoid robot, Atlas, was caught running freely into the woods. Currently, RPA is more commonly used in the enterprise.
In this report we will explore how both AI and RPA are affecting companies.
While technology has been a primary enabler of performance in Finance, we have not yet seen it embraced as a modus operandi, as is happening with many of the new start-up businesses that have so quickly gained global prominence.
However, with new, robotic-enabled automations making headlines, this is a moment that presents itself as an opportunity – not for incremental, continuous change, but for the kind of step-change that transforms Finance, shifting the focus onto value-adding insights while automation takes care of the rest.
The true leaders will be the ones that recognize the challenges of the present, and find an innovative way out of them.
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For many enterprises considering robotic process automation, security concerns are preventing action. More often than not, it's the IT department that's slamming on the brakes, concerned about the potential scenario of dozens of robots running amok across its systems.
What’s real and what’s not when it comes to RPA & Risk? We've interviewed SSO leaders from around the world to find out what keeps them up at night – and how to avoid getting into trouble.
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For many enterprises considering robotic process automation, concerns around security are preventing action. More often than not, it's the IT department that is slamming on the brakes, concerned about the potential scenario of dozens of robots running amok across its systems. What’s real and what’s not when it comes to RPA security concerns? Read this report to find out more…