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What AI can do for accountants

In 1829, Stephenson’s Rocket, an early steam locomotive, made its first run. It was a slow and ponderous journey, beset with difficulties. But that first journey changed the nature of transportation forever. Within a few short years steam trains were rushing along at 100mph, according to Accounting Today. That’s a little where artificial intelligence is …

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Google whistleblower suggests his wife’s fatal car crash may not have been accidental

Google whistleblower Dr. Robert Epstein has suggested that his wife’s fatal car crash may not have been accidental. He was warned several months previously, reports Summit News. Last month, Misti Dawn Vaughn’s Ford Ranger spun out of control on a slippery road in California and veered into the path of a tractor trailer. She died …

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Big Four Invest Billions in Tech, Reshaping Their Identities

From Bloomberg: Three of four biggest accounting firms investing $9 billion on artificial intelligence, data analytics products Emphasis on staff training to bring digital into all consulting and audit practices. The Big Four accounting firms, through an unprecedented investment of billions into technology, are transforming not just how they operate, but also their very identities. …

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