Effective AI automation requires constant attention

In their research report, Ready, Set, Fail? Avoiding Setbacks in the Intelligent Automation Race, KPMG points towards a lack of ongoing project management and technology adoption leadership as a primary driver for failure.

“Most intelligent automation projects that are underway or in the pipeline will fail, according to a new report published this morning by professional services firm, KPMG.”

The human component can never be eliminated from the process. There are too many unforeseen possible scenarios for contractual omniscience, and artificial intelligence can produce unexpected results if it’s not effectively monitored.


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