Living or surviving Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become an integral part of people’s lives, making no distinction among its users; it is accessible to all. A significant amount of content generated through artificial intelligence has stirred controversy and raised alarms. Two very specific areas affecting the majority of the population are under scrutiny: education and employment.
The educational model, relying on study, memorization, and exams, has faltered in the face of the idea that all content could be generated by a machine. The authorship of many works has been called into question, and applications that directly solve homework have emerged. It is crucial to understand that the educational system must evolve to meet new needs, with the development of skills as the primary focus. Prioritizing interpersonal virtues and nurturing what a machine cannot replicate is essential for shaping future workers who coexist with answers just a click away.
The job market has also sounded the alarm, with many jobs hanging in the balance when considering tasks such as text writing, programming, editing, or customer service, among others. The solution remains the same: redirecting the work skills acquired over the years and delving into aspects that make us human.
In the world of audiovisual production, there are technical jobs that AI can handle, such as technical tasks. There have been examples of AI assisting in tasks like special effects or even scripting, facilitating the work of editors and scriptwriters. For instance, Tangenio has worked on a project using an AI platform for audiovisual production planning. However, certain essential characteristics distinguish humanity and cannot be replaced, such as the ability to work in a team, personally engage with the customer, adapt to their needs, generate creative ideas, and translate them into projects that stand out from existing ones in a database. Additionally, despite having a planned schedule, knowing how to manage possible issues, setbacks, and challenges that may arise during the production process is crucial.
In summary, artificial intelligence is here to stay, but it is important to adapt to current needs. It is clear that coexisting with artificial intelligence facilitates daily life, without neglecting the human traits that may have lost value in comparison to technical and theoretical knowledge. Nowadays, these skills gain strength and make a difference in jobs that require enduring skills focused on analysis, creativity, resilience, and motivation.