The truth is that artificial intelligence isn’t new at all — it’s all around us and built into technology and devices we use every day. One of the reasons AI is in the news and on our minds is because the technology is now reaching critical and exciting milestones that were once imagined as dreams of futurism.
Whenever we arrive at these technological milestones, we collectively assess our progress and predict how the technology will disrupt industries and workers. But now the technology has advanced to the point that it has worried tax professionals, who once considered themselves safe from the threat of being replaced by artificial intelligence and automation.
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