TRIZ (Theory of Inventive Problem Solving), after TQM, Six Sigma, Lean, Lean-SixSigma and others... seems to be the NEXT GENERATION (combinations) Technology / Methodology, primary locus is fixed onto innovations in every field of learning, limited no only to engineering but also to education through education.

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the next generation technology, that is already in driving seat, primarily focused onto eliminating human work / labour, its scope is pretty much defined to service sector., next to this technology would be machine learning and artificial intelligence.


The word "Robot"ic has nothing to do with robots, but a software program designed and developed to immitate human actions over computer.


In a single line: RPA is a technology that can mimic human actions... just like a very, very big Excel Macro.

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