You’d be hard pressed to live even one day without encountering artificial intelligence (AI) in some form or another. It’s at work in the background of the map apps you use to get directions, TV show suggestions on a streaming service, and it’s even used in the video surveillance cameras you see in public places. AI has taken its grip on the world, and it seems the tax and accounting profession is no exception. With seemingly constant changes in tax regulation, many professionals find themselves overwhelmed by the amount of information out there, without a grasp on how it affects them in their role. But those who have leveraged the capacity of AI are not only able to stay on top of regulation changes, they’re also able to research and find critical answers faster.
If your firm hasn’t yet adopted an AI-enabled solution, and you’re unsure of how to do so, you’re in luck. This guide is designed to answer your lingering questions about the state of AI in the tax and accounting world and what it means for your firm. Not only will you learn about capabilities of AI, but also what to consider before implementation and fundamentals of using AI to its full power. We spoke with a Thomson Reuters expert for the latest information on AI in the tax and accounting space and how Checkpoint® Edge from Thomson Reuters, an AI-enabled research solution, is matching the needs of modern firms. Come with questions and leave with the confidence to set your firm ahead of the competition using the latest in artificial intelligence and machine learning.
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