Robots are going to replace developers quickly

By on February 23, 2017
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We all use robots, or robot-made products, on a daily basis.

Robots build our cars and clean our houses, but today we also enjoy these: AI applications automate financial, travel, legal processes; e-discoverysoftware, used in law firms, has replaced the document analysis and scanning formerly performed by paralegals; robot-advisers, such as Wealthfront and Betterment, take over for expensive financial advisers and make financial advice accessible to everyone. And this is just the beginning.

To be able to respond to the growing demand for technology and its ongoing improvement, these organizations are forced to hire more and more employees, resulting in an overwhelming increase in operational costs.

To successfully replace IT workers and developers with “robots,” organizations must first identify the right opportunities: places where there are massive manual investments with fairly simple decision making. Once the tool is trusted, more complicated decision-making processes can be automated, accelerating time-to-market and offering a simple and seamless way to respond to business needs and requirements.

The truth is that most IT departments fall so far behind demand that by accepting the usage of AI tools, platforms, and automation, they will successfully and effectively prove their efficiency and capacity. Many initiatives are blocked today due to IT constraints, whether due to time or human resources limitations.

About Boris Landoni

Boris Landoni is the technical manager of Open-Electronics.org. Skilled in the GSM field, embraces the Open Source philosophy and its projects are available to the community.