Some of you would have noticed how Google has begun to predict and write the following words or sentence of your emails… (1 minute to read)
Firstly, we need to introduce you to the couple of the moment….
When AI met RPA – your daily task disruptor
(AI: Artificial Intelligence, RPA: Robotic Process Automation)
When AI met RPA…They said, please call us Cognitive RPA – Of course!.
Voice, language, image and text recognition together with cognitive decision making (no rules approach) are the principal ready-made basic human natural capacities that AI can add to RPA. So more natural human activities can be automatized, we can call this kind of activities “cognitive task”.
When non-technical users will spend part of their time creating automated cognitive tasks and dedicating the time saved to more high-value creative tasks, then…we will say that the big bang of RPA will have come. It will be the job and life big disruptor.
Now, we are sure you are going to understand why we have given the following name to what is happening in your personal life daily tasks…
Massive Embedded Cognitive RPA – your personal life disruptor
Amazon, Google, Microsoft are already doing massive embedded cognitive RPA. ¿Do you remember their voice assistants? You can automatize daily tasks (alarms, agenda, personal album classification, help on writing emails and messages, storytelling, etc…).
Some of you would have noticed how Google has begun to predict and write the following words or sentence of your emails (it could write full one, by itself, following your personal style), how Google Photos creates and recommends you new personal albums base in your locations or face moods… and it is only the beginning, think about what is coming with all the ready-made algorithms like service on cloud and its easy integration with the [mobile devices + assistant] model.
Why we call it “Embedded“? Because it is so good integrated that usually you don’t even beware that you are using it. And “Massive“? think about it, hundreds of millions of people are using it on daily basis.
Now that we have this concepts in mind we can begin diving into “The near Future of the Cognitive RPA“.