On Microsoft’s official website there’s a post regarding a new AI system that has the ability to revolutionize productivity by providing the staff with artificially intelligent helpers. Thoughtonomy developed a program that allows workers to give repetitive jobs to AI so that they can focus on more difficult and important tasks that need human judgment.
The Evolution Edition runs on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform
The Evolution Edition is the latest version of Thoughtonomy Virtual Worker uses Azure Cognitive Services in its AI. It allows companies to connect to its services and apps and updates the system with the latest features. This system can simulate the actions of a human worker, this way making the same decisions as a human would and performing the same functions without a risk for errors 24 hours. The best thing is that the AI learns over time and it will be able to complete the tasks in the most effective way.
Current uses for Thoughtonomy Virtual Worker
The AI system is currently being used to make payments, input data, and complete administrative tasks. The companies that are using it are from a vast range of sectors including media, financial, utilities, telecoms, retail, manufacturing and the public sector.
Industry commentators have referred to the advancement of automation and artificial intelligence as the Fourth Industrial Revolution. There is no doubt that this technology will change the world of knowledge work and service delivery forever. However, our view is that the future of office work will include a blend of the creativity and judgment that only humans can provide, and digital labor.
The AI system used by the Thoughtonomy Virtual Worker marks an important stepping stone in the evolution of workplace. Freeing up staff to be able to take care of crucial tasks will lead to enhanced business productivity.
You can read Microsoft’s entire post here.
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