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szdaily -> Tech and Science
AI robot could make paperless office a reality
    2017-December-27  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

机器人有助实现无纸办公

Google has backed a radical AI* robot that could finally make the paperless office a reality.

Ripcord, founded by former NASA* and Apple employees, has developed a unique robotic digitalization* system.

It uses a combination of robotic scanners and AI to do everything from removing staples and scanning images to automatically* converting them into searchable text and uploading them to a cloud server. The firm’s robots can scan everything from business cards to huge architectural* drawings.

Ripcord says it can automate 80 percent of the conversion process, which includes paper handling, fastener removing and digital imaging. The machine takes stacks of paper, pulls out any staples and loads them one sheet at a time onto a conveyor belt for rapid scanning, up to one sheet per second.

Ripcord is hoping to deploy hundreds of the giant devices in warehouses where hoppers of paper will be moved around by robots.

The firm says it will be able to digitize 50-megabyte* records per day next year, whereas it takes a human about six to eight hours to digitize a single bankers box of records, it claims.

“When Ripcord analyzed why more paper isn’t digitized, they found that the problem is the high cost of scanning. The company set out to solve this problem by developing a highly automated way to scan large amounts of documents, and creating a modern, easy-to-use enterprise cloud management application,” said Google Ventures general partner Andy Wheeler.(SD-Agencies)

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