I fully agree with you and with Jorge. I think that AI is a fantastic tool which we have to learn how to get the best of it in order to leave her do the "awkward work" and we concentrate on the interesting part of analysis, interpretation and development of conclusions and recomendations.
We must always bear in mind that AI depends on the information it was feed with. So, the evaluator expert should always keep a close and critical eye on the results of AI work.
These AI developments poses us the challenge to be technically updated to get the best of them, to understand how they work, and to really "add value" to the evaluation work.
Thanks for posing here such interesting topic, which most of us are thinking about!