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How do Machine Learning, Robotic Process Automation, and Blockchains Affect the Human Factor in Business Process Management?

Jan Mendling, Gero Decker, Richard Hull, Hajo A. Reijers, Ingo Weber
2018 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
The panel discussed to what extent the emergence of recent technologies including machine learning, robotic process automation, and blockchain will reduce the human factor in business process management  ...  This paper summarizes a panel discussion at the 15th International Conference on Business Process Management.  ...  Hajo 318 How do Machine Learning, Robotic Process Automation, and Blockchains Affect the Human Factor in BPM?  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.04319 fatcat:izywfmq6mjc4dgfc4rl2rq55je

21st century skills, individual competences, personal capabilities and mind-sets related to sustainability: a management and education perspective

Wim Lambrechts
2019 The Central European Review of Economics and Management  
in management and education contexts.  ...  However, the discussion has become blurred due to mixing interpretations of business context and education context.  ...  Learning Specialists, Big Data Specialists, Process Automation Experts, Information Security Analysts, User Experience and Human-Machine Interaction Designers, Robotics Engineers, and Blockchain Specialists  ... 
doi:10.29015/cerem.855 fatcat:qxtq5ddtizdmzgej3nas3fgemy

MANAGEMENT CONTROL AND MODERN DECENTRALIZED TECHNOLOGIES

Petro Kutsyk, Kostiantyn Redchenko, Roman Voronko
2020 Baltic Journal of Economic Studies  
Therefore, the subject of our research, the results of which are presented in this article, is the processes of digitalization in the field of management control and key technologies that allow to organize  ...  The decentralized model of management control is relevant for various areas of business and management, but special prospects can be seen in the field of decentralized finance (DeFi), where a wide range  ...  In the field of business, digitalization not only determines the automation and robotization of production processes, but also profoundly alters business procedures, internal communications and managerial  ... 
doi:10.30525/2256-0742/2020-6-4-98-102 fatcat:sxhu2gzo7fgdxkexttcqk3clrq

Digital Accounting and the Human Factor: Theory and Practice

Shawnie Kruskopf, Charlotta Lobbas, Hanna Meinander, Kira Söderling, Minna Martikainen, Othmar Lehner
2020 ACRN Journal of Finance and Risk Perspectives  
The aim is to present the technological disruptions shaping these fields and also look at how they might influence future jobs and required skills.  ...  research, 3) possible future job descriptions, and 4) required skills and how to acquire them.  ...  Mentioned here again, the technologies that are reshaping the accounting business models are robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, advanced analytics programs and blockchain and these require  ... 
doi:10.35944/jofrp.2020.9.1.006 fatcat:r5rpb6nxgvaubhbhixedvwc6uq

THE EFFECTS OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES ON THE INSURANCE SECTOR: A PROPOSITION FOR UNDERWRITING QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE

Deniz Guney Akkor, Istanbul Commerce University, Turkey, Suna Ozyuksel, Istanbul Commerce University, Turkey
2020 Eurasian Journal of Business and Management  
The aim of this study is to offer a pioneering perspective on how new technologies may affect the core business functions in industries, while presenting an example through the lens of the relationship  ...  In this article, new technologies and their use in the insurance sector will be discussed and the effects of these technologies on the underwriting process will be examined.  ...  Introduction The digital transformation is changing the way of doing business while affecting the required skills and competencies of the workers involved.  ... 
doi:10.15604/ejbm.2020.08.01.004 fatcat:ab72uwni4vcwrbzgwe4ak5xbpy

TRENDS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT

Peter Akubo Alabi
2021 International journal for innovation education and research  
Management Information Systems refer to information management methods tied to the automation or support of human decision making, whereas IT Management refers to the IT related management activities in  ...  the IT infrastructure in a time of explosive growth and technological change; Deciding whether and what to outsource; and Deciding how much to invest in IT.  ...  'Machines are becoming smarter in that they can learn how to solve problems.  ... 
doi:10.31686/ijier.vol9.iss2.2942 fatcat:lvqkcyqb7vdo3i3rizeuumpxqu

Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things to Improve Governance, Financial Management and Control of Crisis: Case Study COVID-19

Belen Suarez Lopez, Antonio Vargas Alcaide
2020 SocioEconomic Challenges  
business process management system.  ...  Artificial intelligence models can help map, manage, predict, and model complex processes, reducing uncertainty, and supporting professionals in decision-making.  ...  Many of the robotics-related AI problems are best approached by machine learning, which makes machine learning a central branch of AI for robotics.  ... 
doi:10.21272/sec.4(2).78-89.2020 fatcat:m5d2c3iwbfdn5o764j2iw5swpq

Business Process Management and Digital Innovations: A Systematic Literature Review

Tahir Ahmad, Amy Van Looy
2020 Sustainability  
The major technological impacts within the BPM field seem to focus on value creation, customer engagement and managing human-centric and knowledge-intensive business processes.  ...  Emerging technologies have capabilities to reshape business process management (BPM) from its traditional version to a more explorative variant.  ...  Acknowledgments: This research is organized by the MIS research group of Ghent University. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Appendix A. IS Research Themes  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12176827 fatcat:ii5wdd2fwvdinficnqf3gkuxea

The future of manufacturing industry: a strategic roadmap toward Industry 4.0

Morteza Ghobakhloo
2018 Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management  
challenges they might face during the transition process.  ...  architectural design and offer a strategic roadmap that can serve manufacturers as a simple guide for the process of Industry 4.0 transition.  ...  Given the manner in which machines, devices and human resources interact, communicate and learn from each other within the smart factory context, cloud technologies, IoD and big data analytics are vital  ... 
doi:10.1108/jmtm-02-2018-0057 fatcat:wy5jkvu7ljcfbe2c4ots3vfh2e

Implementation of Artificial Intelligence: Current Experiences and Predictions on How Different Industries will be Affected

Ilkin Seyidzade, RudnakIldiko .
2020 The International Journal of Business & Management  
Receivables and financial payment management can also be implemented using AI technology, in which machine learning plays a significant role.  ...  Surgical robots have already appeared in this area, but they are not suitable for independent decision-making, it is still a human task.  Robotic process automation: execution of digital tasks for administrative  ...  The areas where AI is determined to be mainly implemented are network optimization, preventive maintenance, virtual assistants and robotic process automation.  ... 
doi:10.24940/theijbm/2020/v8/i8/bm2008-063 fatcat:r27gt5wl4zf65ms5qnxc34asmi

Influence of Industry 4.0 technologies on corporate operation and performance management from human aspects

Nóra Obermayer, Tibor Csizmadia, Dávid Máté Hargitai
2022 Meditari Accountancy Research  
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to discover how Hungarian manufacturing companies interpret technology and human resources as driving forces and barriers in terms of Industry 4.0 implementation.  ...  Originality/value This paper reveals key evidence for the uptake of technology and human factors in terms of Industry 4.0 implementation and their impacts on corporate operation and performance.  ...  process can be monitored in real time" ". . .we automate production and keep the human factor for more complex activities where we are better than machines" C5 "Robotisation, automation, and processes  ... 
doi:10.1108/medar-02-2021-1214 fatcat:a6rof7lr7fatldkwwm55dagrru

The Role of Blockchain to Fight Against COVID-19

Anshuman Kalla, Tharaka Hewa, Raaj Anand Mishra, Mika Ylianttila, Madhusanka Liyanage
2020 IEEE Engineering Management Review  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This work is partly supported by European Union in RE-SPONSE 5G (Grant No: 789658), Academy of Finland in 6Genesis (grant no. 318927) and Secure Connect projects.  ...  Novel technologies-such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning (ML), Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain, robotics & Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), 3D printing, nanotechnology & synthetic  ...  These include a lack of secure tracking (logs) of learning process, the threat of data theft (for students and instructors), poor cross-platform collaboration, and difficulty in verifying the authenticity  ... 
doi:10.1109/emr.2020.3014052 fatcat:ls2zrbhlhrdinlllu65sbgw3am

Digitization, Digital Twins, Blockchain, and Industry 4.0 as Elements of Management Process in Enterprises in the Energy Sector

Piotr F. Borowski
2021 Energies  
In the 21st century, it is becoming increasingly clear that human activities and the activities of enterprises affect the environment.  ...  Advanced technologies, blockchain, and the use of intelligent networks enables the activation of prosumers in the electricity market.  ...  One of the solutions used is a machine-learning approach to energy management in renewable microgrids.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en14071885 fatcat:cvn7njzwk5dazlp7wwmtdbllym

Management of ICCT underlying Technologies used for Digital Service Innovation

P. S. Aithal, Shubhrajyotsna Aithal
2019 International journal of management, technology, and social science  
The applications of ICCT underlying technologies in some of the prominent service industry sectors are identified and the management of ICCT underlying technology usage strategies for digital service innovation  ...  The important underlying technologies of ICCT which are emerging as technologies of 21st century including Artificial intelligence& robotics, Big data & business analytics, Cloud computing& storage, Digital  ...  The primary objective of AI technology is to develop machines which can think and do things better than human beings.  ... 
doi:10.47992/ijmts.2581.6012.0077 fatcat:r3jbrcijurdljj6shnubdwfm5y

Blockchain for Waste Management in Smart Cities: A Survey

Raja Wasim Ahmad, Khaled Salah, Raja Jayaraman, Ibrar Yaqoob, Mohammed Omar
2021 IEEE Access  
We introduce a framework that leverages blockchainbased smart contracts to automate the key services in terms of waste management of smart cities.  ...  In this paper, we explore the key role of blockchain technology in managing waste within smart cities as it can offer traceability, immutability, transparency, and audit features in a decentralized, trusted  ...  Most of the developed research projects for waste management in smart cities have leveraged private and public blockchain platforms to automate business operations in waste management.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3113380 fatcat:dzpocnfukbbwzipcbcjtrzrczm
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