Manufacturing leaders can use artificial intelligence to improve efficiency and drive growth. But taking full advantage of the technology requires upskilling the workforce.
CFOs need to gain perspective on how to handle the accounting, tax, internal control, and risk management challenges of cryptoasset transactions.
Calvin Leong helps firms understand what APIs are available at Thomson Reuters and how to use them.
Nonfungible token sales have commanded eye-popping prices in the past year, leaving CPAs with many questions related to valuation of these digital assets.
These new blockchain-created digital assets may be treated as intangibles for tax purposes, but a dearth of guidance leaves questions.
Here are some ways accounting departments and faculty can integrate technology throughout the curriculum to better prepare graduates to meet the needs of the profession.
AICPA & CIMA released additional nonauthoritative guidance addressing issues related to the auditing of digital assets such as bitcoin and ether. The material covers topics such as risk assessment; processes and controls; laws and regulations; and related parties.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning can drive more efficient operations and more effective growth for manufacturers. Here’s how the technology is being used to monitor for defects, schedule preventive maintenance and improve forecasting accuracy.
A new joint publication from AICPA & CIMA and ISACA provides a risk matrix that identifies risk in five key domains — governance, infrastructure, data, key management and smart contracts.
A cryptocurrency expert explains the basics of NFTs and the business and buzz behind them.
A professor explains how and why to incorporate the technology into the curriculum.
Experts offer their advice on teaching this emerging technology.
Nonauthoritative set of 13 Q&As also touches on how investment companies and broker-dealers should account for digital assets.
Blockchain is often misunderstood. For instance, there is not one blockchain but many. Similarly, there are many opinions about how blockchain will affect the practice of accounting. Participants in the our annual technology roundtable add their voices to the debate.
Although blockchain technology creates new risks, organizations also can use it to improve risk management and create better controls.
The upheaval of the coronavirus crisis caused the accounting profession to turn to technology like never before. Our technology roundtable discusses what was learned — and what the future holds.
This article discusses how accountants can spot the telltale sings that increasingly mainstream virtual currencies are being used to squirrel away illicit funds.
Erik Asgeirsson, president and CEO of CPA.com, and Ron Quaranta, founder and chairman of the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance, examine tax and accounting issues related to cryptoassets and explore assurance opportunities blockchain is creating for accountants.
There are two main categories of AI: artificial general intelligence (AGI) and narrow artificial intelligence (NAI).
Data analytics, blockchain, artificial intelligence, and other technologies will drive big changes in the accounting profession over the next 10 years. Are you ready for what’s next?