Hyperautomation - The next frontier

RPA had been launched in the late 1950s, with the development of ML by Arthur Samuel (1959). In its nascent stage, RPA was a standalone concept of virtual workforce with specific application areas and pre-defined capabilities. However, rules were just not enough to justify the raging requirements of the real world. To sustain and grow in the age of Industrial Revolution 4.0, the very concept needed an innovative jolt.

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