Digital Worker or Digital Fluff

Discuss Robotics Process Automation. RPA is a rapidly growing field with 6 figure incomes and an extreme workforce shortage. This sub forum will be used to discuss aspects of RPA as it relates to both scripting languages and RPA software such as UIPath or Automation Anywhere
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Joe Glines
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Digital Worker or Digital Fluff

30 Sep 2019, 14:05

Recently I’ve seen the term “Digital Worker” used to describe an “on-demand, pre-coded collection of bot scripts aimed at an entire process”.
My questions to y'all is:

1) Are Digital Workers a true automation innovation or just a new marketing term?

2) If they are a true innovation, how would you differentiate them from a bot / macro?
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burque505
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Re: not all are welcoming "robots"

30 Sep 2019, 14:15

Joe, I can certainly see why not all (in fact probably close to nobody who has a job) are welcoming robots :D But is that the right link? I didn't see the word "robot" in there anywhere, or "RPA" either.
By the way, take a look at ChroPath, it's free and you can automate grabbing selectors. Automating automation :D
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burque505
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Joe Glines
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Re: not all are welcoming "robots"

05 Oct 2019, 15:14

Thanks- I don't know what happened but that wasn't the right link.

I could not find a way to delete the topic so I changed it. Sorry for the confusion... But please answer my questions in the (new) original post.

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