Benjamin Alarie (Osler Chair in Enterprise Regulation, College of Toronto; CEO, Blue J Authorized) & Xue Griffin (Senior Authorized Analysis Affiliate, Blue J Authorized), Utilizing Machine Studying to Crack the Tax Code, 174 Tax Notes Fed. 661 (Jan. 31, 2022):
On this article, Alarie and Griffin assessment Blue J’s machine-learning predictions from the previous yr and mirror on the state of the know-how of tax prediction.
Regardless that the sturdy types of AI that method human-level intelligence — AGI — are more likely to be a long time away, tax practitioners are more and more capable of leverage ML fashions that present useful perception into hidden patterns that may permit them to “crack the code.”
All through 2022, we stay up for utilizing ML fashions to elucidate the hidden, shocking, and infrequently controversial patterns within the case regulation to point out how utilizing data-backed machine-learning fashions is the most recent software in a complicated tax practitioner’s toolbox.
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