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There are many ethical dimensions to new technologies. The future of the accounting profession will continue to entail the protection of public interest and making morally justifiable decisions while accessing and maintaining data. (French only)
As AI becomes more integrated into the accounting profession, CPAs will need to maintain control over access to data and data quality to protect the public interest and ensure that intelligent machines will make decisions that are morally justifiable and consistent with our society's current values.
Marc-André Paquette, director, Profession Transformation and Special Projects, Ordre des CPA du Québec, is back, this time followed by a new guest, Michel Girard, Senior Fellow, Centre for International Governance Innovation. Following the last episode on the importance of artificial intelligence in the accounting profession, the guests elaborate on the ethics related to new technologies, as well as on the importance of CPAs role in the training and configuration of upcoming technology.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the guest and do not necessarily reflect those of CPA Canada.
AI is going to be like a colleague whom we refer to support our analyses, but also one we're going to challenge and question. (French only)
In the last two decades, changes within the accounting profession have necessitated new skills and the adoption of new ideas and technologies. This trend of constant change will only accelerate in the future.
Financial statements are at the foundation of investment decisions. With a myriad of financial tools, alternative sources, and AI more readily available, are financial statements on their way to becoming relics of a bygone era?
This event has multiple dates and locations. See event details for more information.
Tune into this two-part webinar to learn about the rapidly evolving sustainability landscape. Hear about recent developments in sustainability reporting and assurance standards and regulatory requirements, and the implications and opportunities for CPAs.
October 17, 2023
If you work for a public sector body in accounting, finance or leadership, this is the event for you. Learn how to successfully navigate the unique challenges facing every level of government.
October 23, 2023
Learn about critical policy issues, legislation updates and other technical trends at Canada’s largest and longest-running indirect tax event. For 2023, we are offering options for in-person and virtual attendance.