Pascal Bornet is an award-winning expert in Artificial Intelligence and Automation. He is a pioneer in the field of Intelligent Automation (IA) and the author of the best-seller book "Intelligent Automation". He has received multiple awards, and he is regularly ranked as one of the top 10 global experts in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Automation. He is a keynote speaker, and a tech influencer with more than 1 million followers. He is a member of the Forbes Technology Council. P. Bornet is also a senior executive with 20+ years of experience leading digital transformations for corporates. He is the founder and former leader of the “AI and Automation” practices at McKinsey and Ernst & Young (EY). Previous Awards:
- Future of work
- Tech for good
- Artificial intelligence
- Intelligent automation
- Skills of the future
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Publications & Blog post of Pascal Bornet
- How processors’ innovation powers the advancement of Artificial Intelligence
- The importance, and success factors, of Intelligent Automation
- How intelligent automation is reshaping the workplace
- Is Decision Intelligence The New AI?
- Reinventing Society with Intelligent Automation: Preparing for the Outcomes of the Next Industrial Revolution
- ‘Intelligent Automation has the potential to save over 10 million lives each year,’ says Aera Technology’s Pascal Bornet
- Intelligent Automation
- Articles published by Forbes
- The promise of Intelligent Automation
- Understanding Intelligent Automation (IA)
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