East Point College of Engineering and Technology (EPCET) conducted a webinar on May 12th, in which Mr Rajesh Rajagopalan, Director of Industry Enablement at UIPath, in collaboration with Dr. Prakash S, Principal of EPCET, discussed Hyperautomation and the employment opportunity it presents to India’s youth.
After a warm introduction by Dr. Prakash, Mr. Rajagopalan started off by talking about his journey to becoming the director of UIPath followed by answers to various questions pertaining to the scope of Hyperautomation.
This interactive webinar, which streamed live on Facebook and YouTube, was joined by faculty members and students of various other colleges across Karnataka who asked very interesting questions to Mr. Rajagopalan.
Here are some of the important questions that were answered by Mr. Rajesh Rajagopalan:
Here are some key takeaways from the interview.
What is Hyperautomation?
When intelligence collaborates with robotics and data science, it results in a hybrid technology called Hyperautomation, a novel technology that integrates several core components of other technologies to augment the efficiency of Automation. Some of these are:
Hyperautomation aims to create accurate AI-driven decision making and end-to end automated processes that ramp up the functional efficiency and operational ability of organizations.
The scope of Hyperautomation in India
India offers enormous scope for accelerated growth of automation and Hyperautomation. It is a very important area of development for India as well as other emerging markets. With the growth in India’s GDP, manufacturing and production operations are at an all-time high with huge investments being made in automation too. We will witness a demand for students with skills in technologies related to Hyperautomation in the coming years.
Benefits of Hyperautomation