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SAP at work on AI agents to up productivity

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SAP, Europe’s largest technology company, is developing AI agents like Joule for anomaly alerting, decision support, and task automation. It focuses on business AI solutions and plans to release 100 generative AI use cases by 2024. Kask mentioned the benefits of AI agents in boosting productivity and handling diverse, complex processes.

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