Kristina Kaldon is Program Manager for UiPath Academic Alliance in the Americas at UiPath.
“We're getting to the point where everyone will have their own digital assistant.”
That’s how Kurt Carlson, an innovative dean at the College of William & Mary, described automation’s impact for his campus. He spoke during a recent UiPath webinar that also featured Notre Dame, University of Chicago, Virginia Tech, California State Fullerton (CalState Fullerton), and George Brown College.
Carlson added, “We're looking to make the world a better place by creating new processes that wouldn't exist otherwise because they're too mundane.”
Professors around the globe are reimagining how to teach the next generation, and how their campuses can run more effectively with Robotic Process Automation (RPA).![|1x1](upload://wetq1fnzALLIDF4fQJFcNqcDEcT.gif)
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.uipath.com/blog/schools-look-different-this-fall-rpa