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Why Automation and AI Will Define the Future World of Work

June 16, 2022

Why Automation and AI Will Define the Future World of Work
As companies continue their digital transformation journey, it’s clear that automation and artificial intelligence (AI) are now a competitive imperative. Companies can no longer ignore the gains intelligent automation solutions deliver. Such solutions free up employees from repetitive tasks, making them available for more valuable work. Automation and AI tools also enable companies to harness the value of their own data for competitive advantage while automating its processing.

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Tecton

Founded by the team that created the Uber Michelangelo platform, Tecton provides an enterprise-ready feature store to make world-class machine learning accessible to every company. Machine learning creates new opportunities to generate more value than ever before from data. Companies can now build ML-driven applications to automate decisions at machine speed, deliver magical customer experiences, and re-invent business processes.

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