We all need to understand AI and the video helps with this, along with examining the reality of shortfalls in current systems.
AI already affects our lives, virtual assistance is replacing human support, products selected for us and recommended. Wider society will soon see an impact, from self driving cars, to greater use of facial recognition.
The topic is rarely out of the news. From potential risks such as robotic weapons systems, to built in bias, or the benefits we could see for healthcare.
In recent weeks, the media have focused on ChatGPT and Google’s Bard. They are prominent instances of generative AI, built to create written content for people, which could be taken as produced by people.
There are concerns about educational plagiarism and more journalists jobs vanishing. There will be change in employment but we should still look at current reality, against the production of an essential document.
An AI ATA Carnet?
Physical carnet documents will soon be replaced by a digital version, accessed and managed through an app. This could ultimately lead to running the entire application process through an AI stream.
Imagine a situation where making an inventory just involves scanning everything with your phone. Identified and entered through image recognition, values added, serial numbers grabbed via image to text.
With the range of goods the world holds, that’s a fair ask but in time, could be possible. The same applies to tracking illogical entries, or ensuring everyone who should has a copy of the details.
These elements are about replacing a physical process, an area we can expect from AI. The issue still remains that far more is involved in using an ATA carnet and considering the outcomes this can have.
A smooth journey overseas is a valuable business asset, an entire film crew being idle for a day due to a customs error is not.
If you contact a carnet support team such as ours, they will understand your plans and timing. Their knowledge on individual countries can help, or how to manage a range of needs in the real world.
An efficient journey, with planning and paperwork to match, involves allowing for a number of factors. The confidence good support can give your team also tends to transmit to their own activities.
Whilst time consuming processes can and will be replaced by AI, pulling together every aspect of a task and the thinking involved is a different matter.
What The Future Holds
AI is going to replace many millions of functions and jobs, rational reports suggest that a quarter of work tasks will go in the near future. Even with less people, we could still see a productivity bonus but at what cost.
Unlike previous industrial revolutions, professional tasks will be targeted. This will however be about processes rather than knowledge for a long time to come.
For ATA carnets, much of the donkey work will go but AI can be overrated, human intuition and understanding will still be required. Roles will change but have done for a long time, half the workforce are in jobs which didn’t exist 70 years ago.
Artificial intelligence use will rise and have a profound impact but knowledgeable support staff will still need to be there to help.