A report by BCC Research, a market research company based in Massachusetts, reveals that the global market for robotic process automation is expected to grow from $3.2 billion in 2022 to $15.3 billion by 2027, with a compound annual growth rate of 36.8% during the forecast period of 2022 to 2027. (Photo credit: Depositphotos)
Recently, Career Communications Group hosted a seminar at the annual BEYA STEM Conference presented by Amazon Global Robotics.
The seminar was titled, A Deeper Look Into One of Amazon’s Leadership Principles, and featured a panel with some of Amazon’s principal technologists. They discussed their roles as individual contributors and how they have used their expertise to invent, innovate and optimize output for their organizations.
The panel included Stephanie LaBoo, director of mechatronics grocery automation; Bryan Liles, senior principal engineer; Joshua Thomas, regional director of sub-same-day business; Chris Musoke, director of design services, Amazon Global Robotics; Jovonia Thibert, director of mechatronics grocery automation, and Tia White, general manager,
Amazon believes that invention and innovation go hand in hand, requiring breakthrough conventions and technical limitations. Invention involves envisioning a future in which things are significantly different and then figuring out how to get there.
Innovation involves taking an existing process or product and imagining what it could become by breaking down the constraints that make it work the way it does today. Click here to listen.