The automation conference comes to New York. (Photo credit: Andrés Nieto Porras)

Automation Innovation Conference Comes to New York and London

Starting tomorrow, the Institute for Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence (IRPA AI) will kick off a conference that will be held over two days in New York before moving on for follow-up edition in London on December 13.

The annual Automation Innovation Conference, tagged as “Exploiting the Second Wave” this year, will focus on understanding a future that includes more organizations beginning to embrace RPA and related technology as well as companies that have already jumped on board expanding their scope.

Institute For Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence. (Photo credit: IRPA AI)

(Photo credit: IRPA AI)

“The automation industry is at a tipping point where there is no turning back,” said Frank Casale, Founder and CEO of IRPA AI. “The first wave of early adopters has put the technology to the test and is now embarking on the second wave that takes lessons learned and goes beyond the first’s implementations.”

The New York agenda will include presentations by industry experts George Kaczmarskyj at EY, Gene Chao of IBM, Steve Power of Cisco, and Anand Rao of PwC. In a session called “Machine Learning to the Rescue,” Matz Lukmani of Google will also offer the Google perspective

“Machine learning is the core of major innovations in the world,” said Lukmani, attribution product lead at Google. “It is based on improving standards of automation, resulting in greater room to bring human creativity to the forefront of our projects.”

The sold-out New York event will be held Bohemian National Hall from December 4-5 and the London edition will take place at Etc. Venues, St. Paul’s on December 13.

(Photo credit: Andrés Nieto Porras)

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