Watch the video below to clarify the distinction between the tool and the user, shedding light on how Quickcode empowers you to make accurate HS classifications efficiently. Learn how to ensure HS classification accuracy efficiently today.
Video Transcript – How to Measure HS Classification Accuracy
Next question, “How do you know that Quickcode is working? How do you measure HS classification accuracy?”
You know, that’s a really good question. In some senses I think that that’s kind of the wrong question. To me, it’s kind of like what’s the accuracy of a circular saw? Well, ultimately the accuracy of a circular saw depends on who’s using it. I know from my experience that a circular saw can allow me to be a lot more accurate than a handsaw can, but ultimately I have to do the measurement. I’ve got to draw the line. I’ve got to make sure it’s square. Once I’ve done those things, then the circular saw will let me very very quickly make a cut and do so very accurately, but ultimately it’s on me. Quickcode is very much like that. It’s a tool. The expert that’s using the tool is the person who really has to get the classification. Quickcode just gives you all the resources very very quickly. Lets you do it very very quickly and guides you to what it believes is the right answer, but ultimately the user has to make that decision. The expert has to make that decision. Hopefully, this helps you with a better understanding of our approach towards HS classification accuracy.