This Week in Procurement

This Week in Procurement: The Rise of the Dinobots

By June 30, 2017 February 23rd, 2020 No Comments

Today’s This Week in Procurement comes from Kate Vitasek of the University of Tennessee, and architect of the Vested framework. Kate explores the coming role of Bots in procurement, but also their limitations.

As we look at all the things that AI and RPA may be able to do to streamline the procurement process, it is just as important to note their current limitations to seek out the sweet spots for the procurement careers of the future!

The Rise of the Dinobots | Kate Vitasek, University of Tennessee


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Blog: Talking with Woz Part 1: Innovation begins with Experimentation

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