The robots are coming! Now is the time to embrace technological advances that are accelerating the process of replacing people with robotics and automation. It’s not about removing humans from the workplace, but rather enabling organisations to make the best use of their employees in areas that add value to the firm’s operations by delegating repetitive tasks to machines.
The importance of quality assurance should not be overlooked in the ongoing battle for time and financial resources. The key is to realise the benefits of continuous integration and accept that quality and speed are not mutually exclusive.
Many organisations are struggling to balance the need for continuous software testing with the desire to reign in spiralling costs. Brickendon’s testing experts look at how implementing Automated Intelligent Regression Testing can help address these issues.
Brickendon’s resident robotics expert Iya Datikashvili looks at what office life would really be like if your colleagues were robots and tells City AM that the real revolution is likely to come not from automation alone or from humans alone, but from the two collaborating.
RPA – Robotic Process Automation – is not about robots taking our jobs. It is about enabling organisations to make the best use of their employees in areas that add value to the firm’s operations by delegating repetitive tasks to machines.
Banking systems are full of repetitive processes that require significant amounts of time and energy. Brickendon Principal Consultant Srirupa Chaudhuri looks at how Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can help financial institutions overcome these challenges.
Balancing testing speed and release quality is one of the biggest challenges in software engineering. Even if you can keep up with testing the new functionality of a release, the continuous needs of testing the ever-growing regression scope can often seem unattainable. Brickendon’s award-winning quality consultants look at how automated intelligent regression testing can save firms time and money.
Recent news that a 20-day Poker tournament ended with a robot beating the world’s four best players and amassing $1.7 million in chips has been described as a crushing defeat for humanity, but a major milestone for artificial intelligence. It’s not the first time that...