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The robots are coming! The robots are coming! At least that’s the impression you might get from all of the conversations around robotic process automation (RPA) so commonly heard these days by software vendors and analyst firms.

A small team of developers and data scientists based in Sydney is seeking to disrupt the enterprise capture market with a cloud-based machine learning platform and Google Vision OCR.

Early results of a project to automate classification of more than 8 million documents at Auckland Transport are amazing and give us confidence that the objective of automating the addition of retention tags will be achieved.

The government’s chief cyber security coordinator, Alastair McGibbon, told an audience of specialists in November 2018 that the prospect of a catastrophic cyber incident is: "the greatest existential threat we face as a society today."

Your organization’s policies are the foundation of your corporate governance system. If you need to prove that your organization is effectively governed, you need to be able to demonstrate that your policies are under control - 

Traditional approaches to accounts payable (AP) are changing and the focus is shifting from seeing AP as a cost centre to recognising it as a profit centre. To manage this change, organisations need to stop viewing AP through the lens of bookkeeping and bill payment, and begin to think about compliance, forecasting, extensive reporting, and working capital management, according to Upstream Solutions and ABBYY.

While companies, governments and individuals scramble to protect important data and critical systems from cyber threats, a sleeping national security issue could become the next cyber frontier. In fact, it may already be, and we don’t even know it.

The University of Sydney has revealed details of its extensive rollout of robotic process automation (RPA) at an event held by Blue Prism in London. The University launched its automation focused AI Hub in 2018 to improve service levels for staff and students, release staff time back to the business; and reduce risks. 

The WA state government has announced it will spend $A34.7 million over four years on the Office of Digital Government to transform digital processes in the Western Australian public sector.

While buzzwords we’re hearing these days, like ‘citizen developer’, might sound slightly Orwellian… they’re really nothing more than an indication that the face of employee-dom is changing.

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