Intelligent automation is a fairly newer concept that various industries are yet to integrate with their operations.
Various key points make up intelligent automation which are discussed in this article.
The most promising technologies accessible to developers have augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and artificial intelligence (AI). While virtual reality (VR), developed by gamers for gamers, is mainly used for gaming and entertainment, AR is a big success in all industries. Although technologies cater to distinct audiences, they represent essential developments to look out for in the coming years.
Augmented reality combines the real world with the virtual world. Very successful examples of adopting AR are Snapchat and Pokemon Go. In a single, immersive scenario, computer-generated things co-exist and engage with the actual world. This is made feasible by combining data from several sensors, including cameras, gyroscopes, accelerometers, GPS, and others, to create a digital model of the environment that can be overlayed on the real one.
Algorithms and statistical models that can complete tasks without specific instructions make up AI (specifically, machine and deep learning). When given training data, machine learning models can identify patterns and correlations to help them accomplish their objectives. These models are the brains behind devices like sophisticated picture organizers and predictive keyboards. AI in computer vision can extract information from digital images, videos and other visual inputs and take suitable action or provide recommendations in response to that information. If AI systems give computers the ability to think, computer vision allows them to see, observe and comprehend.
Every organizational function, including finance, tax, HR, IT, supply chain, regulatory compliance and customer service, is being made more efficient by robotics. Software robots are like virtual employees who automate jobs that take a lot of time efficiently and on a large scale.
Integrating artificial intelligence, robotics, and autonomous systems while expanding potential jobs and processes to be automated leads to intelligent automation.
In today's society, intelligent automation has undeniable value across all industries. Businesses can lower expenses and increase consistency in their workflows by automating repetitive tasks with intelligent automation. The COVID-19 epidemic has only accelerated efforts to transform businesses into digital enterprises by spurring increased investment in infrastructure to facilitate automation. Roles will change more as remote work increases. People who have been working on low-level activities will be reassigned to higher-level responsibilities like implementing and scaling these solutions.
To maintain team members' motivation, middle managers must focus on the more interpersonal aspects of their work. The workforce will reveal skills gaps due to automation, and workers will need to adjust to their workplaces' constant change. To ensure that staff members are resilient throughout these times of change, middle management can also provide assistance for these transitions to reduce worry. Without a doubt, intelligent automation will revolutionize the way we work, and businesses that choose not to implement it will struggle to compete in their individual industries
Naveen is the Founder and CEO of Allerin, a software solutions provider that delivers innovative and agile solutions that enable to automate, inspire and impress. He is a seasoned professional with more than 20 years of experience, with extensive experience in customizing open source products for cost optimizations of large scale IT deployment. He is currently working on Internet of Things solutions with Big Data Analytics. Naveen completed his programming qualifications in various Indian institutes.