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UiPath raises $30M to build ‘software robots’ for internal business tasks

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Region: Global

Publication: Techcrunch


The world is awash with bots these days — applications the run either partly or entirely using natural language processing, machine learning, computer vision and other artificial intelligence technologies to help consumers ask and answer questions, buy things and get other stuff done. In the enterprise equivalent, a company that is building something akin to this for large companies and their back-office functions has raised a sizeable round of funding.

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Guy Kirkwood, COO UiPath in "Beyond efficiency – the competitive edge of robotics"

Region: United Kingdom

Publication: Insurance Edge


Guy Kirkwood, COO at UiPath explains how Robotic Process Automation can be applied within the insurance sector.

One of the main challenges insurance companies face is a fight to remain profitable and innovative whilst trying to maintain low cost offerings, says Guy Kirkwood.

When a low price on its own isn’t necessarily enough to secure a customer’s interest, a combination of building customer relationships and delivering cutting edge digital services is what keeps consumers engaged and loyal.

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Guy Kirkwood discussing about robotic opportunities for the UK Government

Region: United Kingdom

Publication: Think Digital Partners


Guy Kirkwood of Robotic Process Automation vendor UiPath fears the opportunity of AI in the public sector could be squandered. 

The government’s heightened focus on its own digital transformation in recent months is indicative of the leading role that technology now has to play across all sectors. From the Serious Fraud Office through to the borough council level, public sector bodies are using AI to improve the service that is delivered to UK citizens.

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Daniel Dines, CEO UiPath about robotics in the age of demonetisation

Region: India

Publication: The Times of India


Daniel Dines, founder and CEO of UiPath, a robotics automation solutions provider speaks to Charu Narula on the importance of technology for financial inclusion and economic development. 

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Guy Kirkwood talks about solving the productivity problem

Region: United Kingdom


UiPath's COO and Chief Evangelist, Guy Kirkwood explains how companies can save employees from the burden of repetitive tasks, while unlocking their true potential through brain work that could ultimately help the business.

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Guy Kirkwood discuss about how to make human jobs more creative

Region: United Knigdom


Amid an ongoing discussion about robots replacing human jobs, employers must remember that a happy workforce is a productive workforce.

An element of autonomy and creative input is crucial for people to be truly satisfied at work. Many enter professions because they are a commercially viable way of living out creative aspirations. As such, people are driven to succeed through making individual contributions and using their own initiative to improve ways of working and drive business growth.

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Raghunath Subramanian talks about how to automate the boring stuff

Region: Hong Kong

Publication: EJ Insight

Skills shortages are one reason for this and are already costing Hong Kong. According to a recent survey by Robert Half, three in four chief financial officers are experiencing talent shortages, to such an extent that it is affecting their productivity and revenue, and many are experiencing significant competition from abroad.

So an embrace of technology is a smart way to both address skills shortages and become more productive, but the question then becomes, which technology, and how can it be implemented in a way that improves overall productivity?

This is where Robotic Process Automation (RPA) comes in, a technology that is perfectly suited to Hong Kong.

RPA essentially automates all of the repetitive, rules-based tasks that occur in pretty much any industry. So in finance – one of Hong Kong’s leading industries – armies of workers will be employed to process loans, move data around, literally copy and pasting data in many cases.

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Guy Kirkwood discuss about how Tech Sector Reacts To Government’s Plans To Target AI And Stem Digital Skills Gap

Region: United Kingdom


“As a society, we are currently undergoing a rapid period of change which is intertwined with and driven by advances in technology. Consequently, consumers’ expectations have altered significantly and it is encouraging to see the UK government helping to equip businesses for this changing environment with the launch of its digital strategy today,” he said. 

“Robotics and AI in particular will be central to helping organisations cope with the accelerating pace of business, as has been recognised by this plan. Institutions across the financial, legal, insurance and consulting sectors are already taking advantage of recent developments in this field to streamline back-end processes and meet the demands of the modern citizen.

“Further increasing the autonomy of such robots will be the key to not only meeting external demand but also liberating employees to perform more valuable, creative tasks. This will be pivotal to driving growth for businesses in the UK and worldwide.”

Guy Kirkwood, COO UiPath

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Guy Kirkwood in "Bridging the gap for the C-suite"

Region: United Kingdom

Publication: IT Pro Portal

Guy Kirkwood,COO and Chief Evangelist of UiPath, offers an overall view on how Robotic Process Automation could allow businesses to move at the same pace as their customers.

When we talk about the urgent need for organisations to undertake digital transformation, the necessity goes far beyond the business world. What we are seeing is a significant societal change where rapid advances in technology are allowing people to expect to live life on their own terms. Increasingly people demand 24/7 service, they assume that they can take delivery of purchased products within a day and they believe that they should have an influence on the services that businesses provide.

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Daniel Dines, CEO UiPath in "Trendspotting: can virtual bots handle compliance tasks?"

Region: Asia

Publication: Citywire Asia

Reminiscent of 2014’s Transcendence and Dr Will Caster’s experiments with sentience and artificial intelligence, ‘robotic process automation’ is one term private banks should add to their lexicons.

With some banks spending up to $4 billion a year on compliance, it’s time to look at a solution where virtual bots can mimic actions and rules-based decisions taken by employees, especially in compliance, according to Daniel Dines, founder and CEO of UiPath, a robotics automation solutions provider.

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