23 March 2020: Della Hudson is a veteran of running online courses and webinars and she shares her tips to help businesses using the technology for the first time.
Features from March 2020
New thinking, practical advice and professional insight.
Not since Henry Ford perfected his first production line in search of a “faster horse” has the automotive industry faced such sweeping change. How is it standing up to the challenge?
Accountants are vital to small-scale loan providers in countries without inclusive financial service frameworks, not just to deliver financing but also to limit the risks of fraud, writes David Adams.
The world is changing and technology is at the heart of that evolution. Here, we explore the intersection between finance and AI, and question how the two can work together.
Writer Nick Huber talks to two accountants about the AI that has worked for them, and takes a brief glimpse at when plans don’t pan out and criminals harness AI.
Shamus Rae, CEO of tech start-up Engine B, and Kirstin Gillon, Technical Manager in ICAEW’s IT Faculty, consider the progress made by AI within finance.
Soon, more than half of accountants’ workload will be performed by machines. Not only do new skills need developing, but also new ways of thinking about the job, writes George Carey.
Artificial intelligence tools can give accountants the freedom to refocus their attention on the highest risks and transform the way they deal with them, but at what cost?
The benefits of AI in accountancy are clear – from intuitive cyber security to help with menial tasks. Could these be outweighed by the threats it poses? Sam Shaw finds out
As the partner responsible for rolling out the AI programme at Moore Kingston Smith, Becky Shields shares her four major principles