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I, Auditor

By James Kelly A growing trend towards the application of artificial intelligence in auditing is enabling auditors to automate tasks that have been conducted manually for years. James Kelly finds out how cognitive technology is evolving the audit process and how CPAs can take advantage. 8 March 2016 may go down in the annuals of… Read More I, Auditor

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Machine head

By Angela Cheung and Fiona Crawford In just four years, IBM’s Watson computing technology has become the brains behind innovation in healthcare, financial services, cyber security and taxation. In 2011, IBM showcased its cognitive computing technology, Watson, in a well-publicised experiment on the popular US television game show Jeopardy! The computer managed to trump two… Read More Machine head