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Why Automation Might Not Be as Bad For Jobs as Predicted

Why Automation Might Not Be as Bad For Jobs as Predicted

Fears automation will result in significant job losses may be overblown, according to new research from the OECD. While the research indicates as many as one in seven jobs could be lost to artificial intelligence (AI) automation, those numbers are lower than what had previously been predicted.

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Automation’s Evolution and Promising Future

Automation's Evolution and Promising Future

In its simplest form, automation includes any improvement to a process that reduces human labor while resulting in an outcome that’s the same or better than that of the previous process. The goals of automation include improvements not only in productivity but also in quality and consistency.

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The Challenges Facing Today’s Artificial Intelligence Strategies

The Challenges Facing Today's Artificial Intelligence Strategies

The hype surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) is intense despite that fact that as yet, artificial intelligence (AI) for most enterprises is still at an early, or planning, stage. While a lot has been done, there is a lot more to do before it becomes commonplace.

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5 Basic B2B Marketing Tactics That Deliver Big Results

5 Basic B2B Marketing Tactics That Deliver Big Results

I know far from everything about B2B marketing. However, over the past decade of yielding to the latest demand-gen “hacks,” content marketing trends and cutting-edge marketing tech, I’ve discovered a few rather basic activities will always deliver meaningful results in a big way if you approach them correctly.

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Will the Real Robotic Process Automation Please Stand Up?

Will the Real Robotic Process Automation Please Stand Up?

What constitutes a robotics process automation (RPA) system is, generally speaking, very straightforward. However, as this technology grows in appeal and market share, vendors are introducing tools that they describe as RPA offerings but which, in fact, are not RPA systems.

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