Webinar: How will Artificial Intelligence impact tax professionals?
ITR and professional services firm TMF Group will host a webinar on March 26 on the impact of artificial intelligence on the tax industry, discussing its true definition and the steps that businesses can take to use it efficiently.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly becoming one of the most discussed topics in the tax industry – but do you really know what AI is and how to use it effectively?
Register here for ITR’s webinar on how to benefit from AI and learn about the latest trends. In association with TMF Group, the webinar will take place on March 26 at 1pm GMT / 9am EDT.
In today’s market, technology is the primary driving force for change in the global economy and it is transforming taxation. Innovative platforms continue to alter expectations of the traditional notion of tax – whether it concerns making the most out of tax benefits or, alternatively, cracking down on tax evasion techniques.
Meanwhile, as some businesses aim to use AI to move towards a cost-efficient future, others exercise caution and fear that widespread automation could lead to job losses and the introduction of a further tax on machines.
ITR is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a live webinar on Thursday, March 26 to cover the much-debated area. During this webinar, Russell Sheldon, TMF Group's chief operations and technology officer, will help you understand what AI is and how it will affect tax professionals.
The webinar will discuss:
What does AI mean?
How and what does it mean for tax professionals to use AI in their daily operations?
Is there a risk in handing your tax advice and compliance to AI?
Which jurisdictions are leading the way in this area?
The 30-minute webinar will be moderated by ITR’s Commercial Editor Prin Shasiharan. It will be broadcast live at 1pm GMT / 9am EDT on Thursday, March 26 2020.
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