Can you make the most of data without specialist data analytics tools? Do all auditors need coding skills? This article considers some possible answers – and what is behind them.
Features and articles
Audit and management accountancy in the finance function require a constantly evolving set of skills to add value to their clients and to their employers.
By 2025 the amount of data available globally is expected to reach 175 zettabytes (175 billion terabytes). For finance teams in multinational organisations this could be a blessing or a curse.
Machine learning is gaining traction for routine tasks in finance, but requires oversight for more nuanced work.
There has never been a more exciting time to explore the transformative potential of technology in relation to audit. Tech advances are helping to improve the performance of audit, making it more insightful and informing better conversations in audit teams and with clients.
Cognitive and automation technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) have drawn a great deal of interest, but also concern about the potential for bias and misuse. ICAEW’s Tech Faculty examines the risks associated with the adoption of emerging technology and how these risks can be tackled through internal controls and assurance.
The Corporate Finance Faculty and Drooms have published the world’s first research about the role of artificial intelligence in deals.
To find out how businesses and accountants are approaching this powerful new technology, we partnered with the Shanghai National Accounting Institute and Inspur to talk to IT, operations and finance professionals across China, which is playing a leading role in the development of the IoT.
Webinars and recordings
This webinar explores simple examples of machine learning and the opportunities for applying machine learning in your business.
This webinar from the Business and Management Faculty will explore business resilience and getting it right.
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Article discusses looming deeper regulation of AI and what companies can do to implement AI based on the proposed frameworks while ensuring safety and trustworthiness for customers.
China's manufacturing industry is innovating, and that will upend production everywhere. The country's economic recovery from its short pandemic blip has been aided by its adoption of artificial intelligence (AI).
Article discusses how you can get more from your use of Artificial Intelligence in marketing where AI's abilities may not be being leveraged effectively.
European Commission hub page for Europe's approach to AI, focussing on 2 areas: excellence in AI and trustworthy AI. The main publications are Proposal for a regulation on artificial intelligence; Strategy on artificial intelligence; Coordinated plan on artificial intelligence 2021 review
Deloitte's third edition of the survey of executives to their sentiments and practices regarding AI technologies.
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Each year Deloitte publishes its Global Robotics Survey where it asks businesses around the world about their awareness and implementation of RPA.
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