I have been impressed by company automation efforts that several business intelligence (BI) programs have been able to contribute to or outright perform. Reengineering the human knowledge that operates and directs companies into modern automated systems is never an easy undertaking, but clearly the desired result of predictable outcome is worthwhile.

A host of articles and even books have promoted the idea that a much fuller automation is possible in the next few years, supported by business intelligence. This automation rivals the intellectual properties of the business analyst. These systems will purportedly exhibit behaviors that could be called intelligent behavior.

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