Month: November 2017

Déjà-vu, evolution and revolution: artificial intelligence in tax

In the tax departments of larger companies, at many tax consultants and at tax consulting firms, this year could be remembered as the starting point of a revolution. Hardly a month goes by without new developments in the field of automated consulting services being presented at conferences and in relevant professional journals. Nobody doubts that new technologies will change the work of tax departments and the professional profile of tax consultants. But are the new technologies really revolutionary? Human intelligence is characterised by the fact that knowledge that has remained unused for a long time fades away. This can be

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