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So during my time as the Executive Assistant Commissioner for CBP’s Office of Field Operations, we began to explore the use of AI in how we performed many of our mission critical functions at the ports of entry. In our cargo security arena we began to apply AI driven, automatic threat detection to technology as we applied those to the cargo inspection x-ray systems that we deployed at the ports of entry.
And what was critically important how we began those deployments of the AI was that we had to maintain the human interaction. The human judgment is absolutely critical to meeting the mission that we had. I believe this offers a model for the trade Community as well. The use of AI driven technology supplemented with human judgment, I believe is the proper, the most appropriate, most effective road map to follow. The CBP has begun to employ this in their cargo security mission space and I believe it’s just a matter of time before they follow that lead and deploy it with their trade enforcement work as well.