CAI's perspectives on emerging technologies, IT services, and the industries we serve.
Do you ever worry that someone – or something – is pulling the strings on the tech giants and investors today? Perhaps an intelligent machine engineering its own world domination? The money pouring into development of artificial intelligence might suggest such a plot.
As companies increasingly realize the benefits of automation, the need for robotic process automation (RPA) developers will continue to rise. There is already greater demand from business – currently more demand than supply – for developers trained in RPA programming. While expectations may differ from company to company, a handful of best practices are essential to the viability of the code. The following is a list of RPA development best practices that should be applied both vigorously and flexibly.
It’s the middle of the night; I cannot sleep. My dear AI investment, you’re making me weep. To bring you to life, I paid a hefty price. Professionally speaking, you're a roll of the dice...
Every time I hear the word innovation nowadays, I exercise the deepest emotional eye roll and feel the distinct urge to run toward the closest proverbial cliff. Occasionally, I am pleasantly surprised, but most of the time, the eye roll and cliff-jumping are justified.
We love metaphors. Our art and daily dialogue are full of them. They help us understand new and complicated ideas. Love is a battlefield. The truth is a hard pill to swallow. Life is a roller coaster.
ALTR and CAI team up to offer enterprise-ready blockchain-based data-security platform as a managed service.
Many organizations today think of themselves as late-comers to the automation party if they don’t already have a raft of bots working around the clock in the back office. Like in any new market, there is a time for stepping out and a time for holding back.