RPA Weekly for May 26th, 2020
Robot War kicks off this week’s RPA Weekly Newsletter.
"RPA vendors shouldn't be worried about Microsoft as the RPA competitor," Wang told Business Insider. "They should be more worried about how AI and automation will become features, not standalone products, in the future, and how hyperscalers such as Amazon, Google, and Microsoft will embed these into their platforms for developers."
Tom Taulli breaks down just what this deal means for the RPA market and gets insights from RPA leaders.
“We do not underestimate Microsoft. This will force us to invest even more in R&D” Param Kahlon, the Chief Product Officer at UiPath
That’s good news for everyone.
A breakdown of the Softomotive acquisition straight from the horse’s mouth.
Other RPA News and Articles
Diginomica asks UIPath CEO Daniel Dines about how RPA will impact us.
“While no new technology comes without some disruption, people embrace RPA because it removes the boring, tedious parts of our jobs, the ones that we all dread.”
State-owned Shenzhen Capital Group led the round. Data Grand offers Natural Language Processing and OCR services to major enterprises in China. More at DealStreetAsia
“So, what to do? Simply put, it’s time to start treating bots like human users”
A short but insightful article looking at the challenges of securing RPA.
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