Taxing corporate income generated through the use of robots may be a popular idea, but the difficulty of drawing a link between the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and corporate income could create a new avenue for tax avoidance and hold back innovation.
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Josh reports on transfer pricing, BEPS, tax disputes and other direct tax matters for ITR’s online and print audience. He covers a range of tax issues in these areas and how companies are dealing with them, as well as the influence of politics on tax developments.