By ET Bureau - August 02, 2022 1 Mins Read
Re:infer Ltd., a startup with a natural language processing platform that aids businesses in improving their operational efficiency, has been acquired by UiPath Inc. Investors previously contributed USD 11.2 million to Re:infer.
Re:infer offers a no-code interface for conducting AI training that, according to the company, doesn’t require machine learning expertise. The startup’s technology will be incorporated into UiPath’s RPA platform.
In a blog post published recently, Ted Kummert, executive vice president of products and engineering at UiPath, announced that the business will enable users to build AI-powered RPA workflows for automating manual business tasks.
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