Artificial intelligence and machine learning

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What is artificial intelligence and how does it apply to tax?

The public perception seems to derive from science fiction movie depictions. Real AI–the kind that makes life better–has arrived in the tax function, with many usable tax applications beginning to emerge from both academic research and professional service firms.

In this paper, we review:

  • What is available and what is coming.
  • Recent examples and suggest likely future developments.
  • Discuss the role of tax resources collaborating with data science experts to build capabilities.
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