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Intelligent Automation Newsletter #14

By | Pascal BORNET | AI, Automation & Innovation Leader | Author | Forbes Tech Council | Ex-McKinsey | Top Voice in Tech

Day after day, week after week, Intelligent Automation is getting more powerful supporting clients, patients, employees, companies, and making our world more human. This weekly newsletter is dedicated to regularly celebrating its latest and most significant advancements. Read more about Intelligent Automation and Hyperautomation in our new book, already Amazon Bestseller.

This newsletter is released with the support of IRPA AI. It includes: (1) The latest news in the field, (2) The trending posts you can’t miss, and (3) The major upcoming events

1 – Latest News in Intelligent Automation

In curling, a sport that’s been referred to as “chess on ice” because of the strategy and precision involved, a robot named Curly beat Korean national teams in three out of four official matches. Robots have certainly come a long way, but they are still fairly clumsy, and most lack the dexterity of the human body. So Curly, the robot that mastered curling, is quite impressive.

Throughout 2020, venture capital firms continued expanding into new global markets, with London, New York, Tel Aviv, Toronto, Boston, Seattle and Singapore startups receiving increased funding. Out of the 79 most popular A.I. & ML startup locations, 15 are in the San Francisco Bay Area, making that region home to 19% of startups who received funding in the last year.

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