Earlier this year, a report from Goldman Sachs said that AI could potentially replace the equivalent of 300 million full-time jobs, so is the prevalence of AI finally wiping out the labor force?
Let's be honest, it's been spoken about for many years and seems to be in the news on a weekly basis. The introduction of ever more able artificial intelligence. With everything from call handlers to content writers being pushed aside in favor of a cheaper, quicker, and dare we say, cleverer new breed of 'staff' to take on the challenges of expanding business.
Willing to work longer hours without complaint, not requiring a coffee break and quite comfortable complying with working shift patterns based on demand, it's easy to see the appeal of AI. Indeed, this is the year of ChatGPT and soon Google's own version hitting the mainstream.
Numerous surveys across the globe have found that a third of those questioned were worried that they would be replaced at work by AI, but luckily for the automotive industry the biggest shift is set for the administration and legal sectors, rather than manufacturing. Add to that the fact that the European Parliament voted last week to pass an AI act which proposes to limit or even ban certain activities and it's certain to remain a hot topic for quite a while to come.
Luckily here at the ADIS AUTOMOTIVE GROUP, we recognize that the combination of robotics and real humans is the key to success. We pride ourselves on being forward-thinking, and use tech across every aspect of our business to optimize our process, yet we believe in real relationships with our customers, true quality checks on everything we produce, and the irreplaceable experience that sits within our teams.
It's inevitable that AI will creep ever further into our lives, but our belief is that it will play a pivotal role by giving quick access to human-led content, as opposed to completely eliminating that human aspect.