When an individual has tested positive for COVID-19, KCDC (Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) quickly retraces his/her recent movements and makes the information known to everyone in the country. The authority takes a cautious measure in keeping sensitive information including name and birthday of an infected person private when releasing his/her movement information to the public. However, there is still a risk of personal information leakage if someone purposefully uses other additional information available to identify an infected person. Moreover, it is nearly impossible to identify persons who were in the same path with an infected person in real time.
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Automation in the past mainly depended on hardware-based “machines” to replace human resources for hazardous or repetitive tasks that required precision. On the other hand, with recent advances in AI and cognitive technologies, such as OCR, and the advent of automation solutions, such as Robotic Process Automation (RPA), the use of software-based robots is currently expanding throughout the entire field of office automation.
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