ChatGPT, AI and the Accountant
Usage of ChatGPT and other AI has boomed in 2023. After initially flunking the CPA exam, ChatGPT later passed the exam, in late May. But that's not all—ChatGPT has even gone on to pass the bar exam, showcasing the immense potential of AI in the field of tax and accounting.
Will AI put tax and accounting pros out of business? Maybe, maybe not, but do we need to be aware of what it is, how it’s used, and the opportunities and threats we face from it? Absolutely.
Join us for an exclusive session as we delve into the booming world of AI and its impact on the tax and accounting industry. In 2023, the use of cutting-edge technologies like ChatGPT has skyrocketed, revolutionizing the way professionals approach their work. But what does this mean for you and the millions others working in accounting and taxation. How can you leverage AI to stay ahead in the game?
As the IRS incorporates AI into the audits of ERC, it becomes necessary for industry professionals to understand its impact. While we are yet to find out if AI will replace tax and accounting professionals altogether, it's crucial for us to understand what AI is, how you can use it for your benefit and to assist your organization, and what opportunities and threats it brings to your door.
Secure your spot today and be prepared to thrive in the ever-changing landscape of technology and finance.
Get Answers to
-What exactly is ChatGPT and other AI?
-How is the IRS using AI?
-How will it impact the tax and accounting practice?
-How can practitioners incorporate it into their practices?
-How is AI changing the industry and world around you?
Why You Should Attend
ChatGPT and other AI is here to stay. Millions of people already use it. Rather than panicking about it putting us out of business, tax and accounting pros should learn about it and discover ways to incorporate it in our business and use it to our benefit. It’s also important to know how the IRS is using AI, as they are already putting it to use in audits of the employee retention credit.
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