Software robots are great at completing routine and repetitive work. But with artificial intelligence (AI), they can do a lot more. They can read documents and emails, analyze language and images, and understand the intent and content of communications. AI helps robots perform cognitive tasks, navigate uncertainty, and resolve inconsistencies. And the more that robots can think and understand on their own, the more they can do. The faster they can do it. And the bigger the impact they can make.
AI provides a cognitive upgrade for robotic process automation (RPA) robots, so it’s only fair that the robots return the favor. RPA can help you solve the ‘last mile’ challenge of AI deployment, so you get AI into production faster.
"The potential of automation is vast. We believe the power of AI can make it almost limitless. And so, we've built AI into every part of the UiPath Platform."
For UiPath, AI isn’t an add-on or complementary technology. We believe in the power of AI to transform, so we’ve built AI into every part of the UiPath Platform. AI isn’t an automation disruptor. AI is propelling automation forward, driving it to do more while continuously improving by learning from humans.
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"Once we started using AI in production, 93% of the invoices were going straight through without needing any manual inspection."
Chief Automation Officer, Accelirate
With AI, RPA robots can emulate a wide range of the decision making and problem solving that people do—which expands the range of work that you can automate. AI empowers RPA robots to work with the following:
Let a robot work with ‘messy’ data in any form to perform tasks like invoice extraction, e-mail routing, and speech to text.
Put robots to work on processes that can vary based on input and context, including CV/résumé matching, purchase decisions, and language translation.
Use AI-equipped robots to apply machine learning (ML) models to help with property valuation, loan default prediction, and inventory forecasting.
Every industry has those tasks where it’s easy to get bogged down with data, verification, and analysis. With the combination of RPA and AI, you can streamline those processes and free your human workforce to focus on tasks where they can have a greater impact.
Automatically identify and aggregate employee workflows and apply AI to zero-in on the repetitive tasks to add to your automation pipeline.Learn more about Task Mining
Quickly, accurately identify problems and automation opportunities across customer and employee journeys. Increase scale, drive efficiency, and enhance the customer experience.Learn more about communications mining
Thermo Fisher Scientific cuts invoice processing time by 70% for 824,000 documents processed annuallyRead the case study
Through human-like recognition of user interface elements, UiPath AI Computer Vision automates claims processing tasks that span virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environments.Learn more about AI Computer Vision
Deliver a richer customer experience by prioritizing and responding to customer emails immediately. Robots can detect intent, identify urgent issues, and extract critical information to speed response.Watch the demo
UiPath Action Center brings humans to validate ML model predictions. Robots then send human-validated data back for automatic retraining. The model gets smarter with human inputs.Visit Action Center
Sick leave processing
A manufacturing company’s HR specialists save 85% of time previously spent on manual sick leave submissions – allowing them to focus on more valuable business tasks.Read the case study
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