ICAEW provides support and resources for members overseas. Here, we look at the key work of the IT Faculty abroad, with Michael Izza presenting a number of sessions and Kirstin Gillon answering the question: ‘will I have a job in 10 years?’
Features and articles
As ICAEW launches a new ethics and tech resources hub, its experts talk about the ramifications of using artificial intelligence in business and finance – exploring evolving responsibility, accountability, ethics and more.
As fintech grows in popularity, so does the ambition of countries wanting to grow the sector. Kirstin Gillon, technical manager in the IT Faculty, explains what can be learned from London and Singapore – including the importance of the Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Financial Conduct Authority.
ICAEW provides support and resources for members overseas. Kirstin Gillon and David Lyford-Smith look at the key work of the IT Faculty abroad, including artificial intelligence, blockchain, cyber, data and fintech.
Webinars and recordings
Alison Spottiswoode and Tim Grassam, from RPA software provider Blue Prism, offer practical insights into how to set up and run pilot robotic process automation projects in your organisation, drawing on the firm's 10 years of experience.
There are now a growing number of finance functions using process robotics and automation to automate accounting routines. In this webinar, David Wright, Consultant at Deloitte, explores a number of case studies of how this is being done and lessons learned.
Finance in a Digital World
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The article looks at how ,faced with vast pools of data, regulatory pressures, and growing client expectations, today's auditors are walking a tightrope. The article mentions about the innovative technologies like artificial intelligence and automation are changing the game and enabling auditors to do their jobs with less risk and greater efficiency
The article discusses how accountants and finance professionals can leverage technological innovations to develop their leadership skills and become strategic partners. Topics discussed include tips for communicating the implications of technologies on organizations, technological trends that accountants and finance professionals should gain knowledge of including artificial intelligence, blockchain and cryptocurrencies, and the importance of understanding the pros and cons of new technologies.
The article offers information on the decision making by artificial intelligence (AI). Topics discussed include lack of transparency despite advances in deep learning and neural networks improving the precision of AI algorithms; making own rules to determine things and evolve decision making by deep learning.
Report from the FRC's Financial Reporting Lab which covers background on Artificial Intelligence (AI), what it is and how it has developed and some of the potential use cases that AI has for corporate reporting. Some actions for all those involved in corporate reporting are given as recommendations.
Response to the Lords report 'AI in the UK: Ready, Willing and Able' which gives the Government's recommendations and plans for Artificial Intelligence in the UK
House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence report of session 2017-19 whose 'recommendations are designed to support the Government and the UK in realising the potential of AI for our society and our economy, and to protect society from potential threats and risks'.
An interactive guide form McKinsey & Company giving essential information for executives on Artificial Intelligence, including an AI timeline, information (what is it/when to use it/how it works) on the different types of machine learning and deep learning with business cases for each.
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