Getting by with a Little Help from our RPA Friends

For a moment, think back to your childhood. Remember when you would go to school and come home to your laundry cleaned and folded, dishes put away, fridge re-stocked, etc.? In our early years, we take those favors for granted. Until, on one grim day, we’re old enough to do these tasks ourselves and our … Continue reading Getting by with a Little Help from our RPA Friends

Continuing the “Magic”

The magic quadrant, that is.   When you’ve been in partnership with another organization for more than 20 years, it’s reasonable to assume you know a lot about each other. You grow to expect certain things, like private Third Eye Blind performances at customer events and presentations around Swiss Army Knives.   And then there are things … Continue reading Continuing the “Magic”

“A Hard Day’s Night” Without Automation

For those who may have been confused or concerned about the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) – you’re about to get by with a little help from some Harvard researcher friends who applied a machine learning algorithm to identify the “musical fingerprint” of eight classic Beatles hits as being authored by either John Lennon or … Continue reading “A Hard Day’s Night” Without Automation

Oakland County’s Oops: Paper Polls Interrupt Michigan’s Primary Elections

Voters in Oakland County, MI stepped up to the ballot in unprecedented numbers for the state’s 2018 primary elections. While so many voices symbolized a vote of confidence from the people, their strength in numbers revealed a weakness in the overall voting strategy: paper dependency. As Michigan’s second largest county, Oakland County experienced an unforeseen … Continue reading Oakland County’s Oops: Paper Polls Interrupt Michigan’s Primary Elections