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No. 4: Artificial intelligence and the robot tax

New technologies are transforming tax, whether it’s how taxes are collected or what can be done to crack down on evasion. Businesses are eying a more cost-efficient future, while others fear the loss of jobs will hit state finances and call for a tax on robots.

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