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Weak AI or Strong AI? Learn about the new features of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for companies

AI will transform all industries, but its limits must be understood… AI learns from data, there is no other way to incorporate knowledge.

AI can be classified as weak or strong. Weak AI (Weak), are systems designed and trained to handle particular tasks, in this group are virtual personal assistants, such as Siri Apple, Microsoft Cortana and Google Assistant, which operate within a limited range of functions predefined, as a form of weak AI.

Strong AI (Strong) is an AI system with human cognitive abilities capable of handling unknown tasks and finding a solution without human intervention.

Currently AI tools present a variety of new functionalities for companies, including hardware, software and personnel trained in their standard offers, with access to artificial intelligence platforms as a service (AIaaS).

The “AI as a Service” mode allows companies to implement AI for various business purposes through the Amazon AI cloud, the IBM Watson assistant, Microsoft Cognitive Services and Google AI Services.

In AI they incorporate a variety of different types of technologies: 

  • Robotic Process Automation (RPA): It is the technology that allows to develop programs to perform repeatable tasks or processes of large volume that humans perform.
  • Automatic Learning: It is the science of making a computer act without programming, it is the automation of predictive analysis, through Supervised, Non-Supervised and Reinforcement Learning algorithms.
  • Artificial Vision: It is the science of allowing computers to view, capture and analyze information using a camera, analog to digital conversion and digital signal processing.
  • Natural Language Processing (NLP): It is the processing of human language (not computer) through a computer program, which includes text translation, sentiment analysis and voice recognition.
  • Robotics: It is the field of engineering focused on the design and manufacture of robots to perform tasks on assembly lines, move large objects in the sidereal space.
  • Driverless Cars: It is the combination of artificial vision, image recognition and deep learning to develop automated skills to drive a vehicle.

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How is RPA different from other business automation tools?

RPA or Robotic Process Automation is the technology that allows you to configure a “robot” or computer software to emulate and integrate the actions that a person performs when interacting with digital systems to execute a commercial process. 

Unlike other traditional IT solutions, RPA allows organizations to automate processes at a fraction of the cost and time, and leverages existing infrastructure without causing disruptions to the underlying systems, ensuring profitability and compliance, at a low operating cost.

Robots are able to mimic most of the actions of human users, interpret, trigger responses and communicate with other systems to perform a wide variety of repetitive tasks. Essentially, any high-volume repetitive process based on business rules qualifies for automation with RPA.

Allowing RPA to handle any process will not only transform and streamline your organization’s workflow, allow for superior scalability and flexibility within the company, duplicated by a quick and personalized response to specific needs. Software robots are easy to train and integrate seamlessly into any system, multiply and deploy them instantly for operational and commercial predictability, while improving strategically.

With RPA it is possible:

  • Login to any application
  • Connect to system APIs
  • Copy and paste data
  • Move files and folders
  • Extract and process structured and semi-structured content from documents, PDF’s, emails and forms
  • Read and write in databases
  • Open emails and attachments
  • Extract data from the web
  • Perform calculations