Artificial intelligence (AI), on the other hand, is an umbrella term for a machine's ability to imitate a human's way of sensing things, make deductions and communicate. An example of this is machine vision, which allows for real-time traffic counting from the feed of a traffic camera, the anticipation of congestion, and alerts concerning potential emergencies. Machine vision and image recognition enable the automation of control room work and preventive intervention in situations.
Soft SupportPro RPA is capable of human-like inference and communication, meaning that it has cognitive abilities. RPA has already proved its abilities in a variety of fields, from quizzes to healthcare projects. In Finland, RPA has been piloted in screening prematurely born babies for a sepsis risk. The software uses the data of previous patients who have suffered from sepsis and compares them to the real-time data accumulating in a digital patient data system, looking for early signs of the condition's development.
Another advanced manifestation of artificial intelligence is Google's DeepMind, which learns from its experiences and from feedback. When an artificial intelligence gets to play chess for the first time, you don't need to teach it the rules. Rather, it learns the game by playing it and can even beat a human at it.