Many life sciences companies are behind the curve in adopting robotics and cognitive automation (R&CA).
Robotic process automation (RPA) and Robotic cognitive automation (RCA) are the 2 technologies that can help them make great improvements by improving the Quality.
To automate parts of repeatable processes, RPA tools are rules-based systems that imitate human behavior. RPA algorithms work in a consistent way once written and checked and don’t adjust. Repetitive, high-volume processes with defined steps and systems are typically good candidates for RPA.
By implementing machine learning software, RCA introduces cognitive capabilities to RPA. RCA instruments can process and interpret unstructured knowledge, make decisions and participate in predictive reasoning. Their actions, depending on the data and methods used to train them, can also change over time. RCA systems can be equipped to perform many of the same duties as human beings with proper quality deployment.
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