This Week Top Automation Articles highlights the potential of a low-code/no-code platform in Business and why Kate Crawford, writing in his book that technology experts are misunderstanding the concept of Artificial Intelligence.

The introduction of the new Apple card family is really an exciting thing and why big brands like Gucci are not realizing the worth of Cryptocurrency. There is much more to explore.

Let’s dive into the Automation World!

10) How low-code platforms can aid intelligent business process management

The potential for low-code/no-code platforms is enormous. Low-code increases the productivity of IT developers — sometimes by several orders of magnitude. And no-code empowers experts and subject matter experts primarily on the business or operations side (as opposed to IT) to become “citizen developers.

Read More: Venture Beat

Author: Setrag Khoshafian

9) This Researcher Says AI Is Neither Artificial nor Intelligent

Kate Crawford, who holds positions at USC and Microsoft, says in a new book that even experts working on the technology misunderstand AI.

Read More: Wired

Author: Tom Simonite

8) Apple introduces Apple Card Family, enabling people to share Apple Card and build credit together.

CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA Apple today announced Apple Card Family, an innovative new way for people to share their Apple Card, track purchases, manage to spend, and build credit together with their Family Sharing group. Available in the US in May, Apple Card Family allows two people to co-own an Apple Card, and share and merge their credit lines while building credit together equally.

Read More: Apple

7) Crypto Is a Luxury, Gucci Just Hasn’t Realized It.

The world’s luxury brands are waking up to crypto, but they’re not thinking big enough. Crypto is cool, crypto is tres chic. Recently, Acker, America’s oldest wine store, began accepting several cryptocurrencies as a form of payment.

Read More: Coindesk

Author: Daniel Kuhn

6) Move Over Artificial Intelligence, There Is A New AI In Town.

The AI market is projected to grow to $190Billion by 2025. AI is being used in every industry and is projected to be a core skill for the future. So why is there a new AI? Augmented intelligence refers to the idea that humans and artificial intelligence combined can create better results than either alone.

Read More: Forbes

Author: Nisha Talagala

5) CluedIn raises $15M to grow its data prep and analytics platform.

Data management startup CluedIn today announced the closure of a $15 million series A funding round led by Dawn Capital, which brings its total raised to over $16 million. The company says that the proceeds will be used to build out its platform, expand its sales and marketing team, and drive partnerships and expansion, particularly in the U.S.

Read More: Venture Beat 

Author: Kyle Wiggers

4) A dangerous time to get caught up in the fintech frenzy 

Britain’s chancellor of the exchequer took the keynote speaking slot at the UK’s Fintech Week conference last week. Rishi Sunak announced a suite of measures to back the financial technology sector: principally some regulatory tweaks and a central bank digital currency project.

Financial times

Read More: Financial Times

Author: Patrick Jenkins

3) How Have Automation Technology Changed Things For Better?

With the advent of technology, we have seen several advancements in every sector possible. With every innovation that has made its way, our life has gotten a lot easier and convenient. Today, we rely so much on automation that it is practically impossible to think of living life without automated applications.

Read More: Analytics Insights

Author: Apoorva Bellapu

2) ‘What’s In It For Me?’ – Bosch’s Long View On Digital Transformation

Over the last year or so, companies of all descriptions have had to pivot to a digital way of working far sooner than anybody anticipated. But for multinational companies and conglomerates, it’s not so easy to digitize products and processes at the drop of a hat, especially when wrangling with traditional or agile methodologies at scale.

Read More: Forbes

Author: Charles Towers-Clark

1) Automation Software Maker UiPath’s Shares Rise 23% in Market Debut.

Shares of UiPath Inc. rose 23% in their market debut, giving the company that helps other businesses automate repetitive tasks a valuation of roughly $36 billion.

Read More: The Wall Street Journal

Author: Maria Armental