The white collar robot is around the corner. Machine learning tirelessly executes simple tasks better than humans.
Machine learning (ML) is a powerful analytic tool to deploy today, but it also represents the next phase of business automation and even software development. ML learns by observation and tries to perform a task and will improve its performance over time based on the positive and negative feedback it receives. ML is applied to improve analytic insights such as predictions and fraud detection for payments, but it will ultimately help automate the onboarding, provisioning, and dispute processes and change all business operations as we know them.