We hold the power of tomorrow.
What we see and experience today is the result of the toil and hard work of our predecessors. And what we do today will be the cornerstone for the generations to come, so we have to do it right.
Ever since humans started settling down in communities, the focus has shifted from just making a living to living comfortably, and the advent of the wheel is a notable example of this. Considerable efforts and thoughts are being put into simplifying human efforts by automating it through machines then and software robots now. From computers, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, and the latest self-driven cars to delivery through drones and smart assistants, the core focus has been on automation.
As civilizations grew, technologies developed, and human horizons expanded, the need for more efficient and faster solutions has spiked. According to a report by Statista Research Department, the process automation segment is expected to exceed $83 billion in 2021. This speaks to the huge demand and opportunity in this segment.![|1x1](upload://wetq1fnzALLIDF4fQJFcNqcDEcT.gif)
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://www.uipath.com/community/rpa-community-blog/announcing-uipath-student-developer-program