Would you take tax advice from a robot?

March 4, 2016
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Though you might not immediately think of it like this, consider tax software widely used in the market today. That software is technically a machine capable of carrying out complex actions. It’s, in effect, a robot.

There are a lot of conceivable benefits to robots: precision, automation of low-value tasks and the ability to generate high volumes of data. It sounds pretty good, so what’s the problem?...LinkedIn

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