Examining the Relationship between Artificial Intelligence and Human Work in the Roofing Industry
When AI beats humans at being human, it’ll begin a deeper conversation about what it means to be human.
- Alex Hormozi
This got me thinking about the future of AI and how it could affect all of us, especially CEOs like me who run roofing businesses. AI technology is advancing quickly, and, likely, AI will eventually beat humans at many tasks we now consider uniquely human. I used to say a lot if they made Robo-Roofers I'd be a billionaire!
For example, AI-powered algorithms are already used in decision-making processes in fields such as finance and healthcare. They can outperform humans in tasks such as recognizing patterns in data or predicting trends with sheer accuracy. As a CEO in the Roofing Industry having performed both in the practice of working in a roofing company, and working FOR them. I am especially mindful of how this new technology could affect my industry—especially when it comes to customer service.
With AI technologies such as natural language processing (NLP), computers can understand and respond to customer inquiries more quickly than humans can. In addition, AI systems can also detect customer sentiment more accurately than human operators ever could—which means that AI-powered customer service systems could offer an improved level of service compared to what humans can provide.
However, despite these advances in technology, there are still certain tasks that only humans can perform. For example, no matter how sophisticated an AI-powered system may be, it is still unable to empathize with customers in the way a human operator might be able to. As soon as machines begin to outperform us in areas we consider uniquely human tasks—such as providing emotional support or understanding complex contexts —we will need to start having conversations about what makes us truly unique and why it matters. For CEOs like me, and my clients this conversation becomes even more important because our goal is usually not just for machines to replicate our level of work; rather our goal should be for machines (and people) to work together for us to reach new levels of efficiency and productivity that were previously unimaginable before the advent of this technology.
This dialogue between machine and man will become increasingly important as time goes on—especially when discussing topics related to ethics and responsibility when using artificial intelligence tools within our businesses or organizations.. It is therefore critical for all business leaders, including myself to understand this conversation so we can make better-informed decisions taking into account both ethical considerations as well and legal requirements.. By engaging in such discussions now, we will be better prepared later for any potential changes arising out of advances in artificial intelligence technologies.
What role can humans play in the roofing industry as AI technology continues to develop? (And I wouldn't count out my Robo Roofers to easily.... )