# Machine Learning

# Machine Learning
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Back @ IT: What You Should and Shouldn’t Be Automating

Automation tools are in abundance, but that doesn't mean you should automate everything. What you should or shouldn't automate can have huge impacts on you.

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Back @ IT: Industry Impacts - Are Things Really Adding Up for FinTech?

Brick and mortar banks took a hit from the pandemic and from digital banks in 2020. So, how is FinTech shaping up today and what's the bottom line?

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What is an AR Automation Binge and Why Should I Attend?

Always Different & Always FREE: a DAC Binge is a video based digital event, a guidebook report and the ability to schedule discovery call "challenges"

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Back @ IT: Industry Impacts - Education And Tech Get Schooled

The education industry took a hit during the pandemic. Many struggled to roll out effective learning tools. So, what can we learn from this on both sides?

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Back @ IT: Business Process Automation Series Summary

Wow! A lot was covered in this series: BPA, Workflow Tools, AP Automation, RPA, AI, NLP, ML, Chatbots and more! Check out this highlight summary.

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Back @ IT: Exploring Business Process Automation and Chatting About Chatbots

With consumer retail spend through chatbots reaching $142 billion by 2024, what impact do chatbots have in your organization? Help or hindrance?

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Back @ IT: Exploring Business Process Automation and the Breakdown of Machine Learning (Episode 6)

Machine Learning is not just a fancy buzzword. It truly has practical applications for your business. Listen in as I breakdown ML and what it means to you.

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Back @ It: Exploring Business Process Automation asking "Are Bots Taking Over?" (Episode 4)

The F.U.D. effect is real and should be addressed if you are implementing RPA. In this episode, I'll address this and a new term you should know regarding RPA

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The Wrap: Internet of Behaviors, Digital Dust, Low Code/No Code and Microsoft's Verticalized Industry Strategy

Aaron Back, Bridget Courneya, and John Siefert take their "binge day" approach of wrapping up this week's topics in their video podcast called "The Wrap"

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Back @ It: Is AI A Game-Changer for Low-Code/No-Code? (Part 3)

Artificial Intelligence is truly impacting the low-code/no-code landscape. But, is it a game-changer? Check out this podcast where I dive into AI and LC/NC, offer some areas to explore and leave you with options to consider.If you missed the first two episodes, be sure to check them out here:Episode 1: https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-the-low-code-no-code-evolution-part-1Episode 2: https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-low-code-vs-no-code-who-will-win-part-2Sources:Alogorithmia source: https://info.algorithmia.com/2020?utm_source=thenewstack&utm_medium=website&utm_campaign=platform OutSystems: https://www.outsystems.com/ Deloitte TruVoice: https://www2.deloitte.com/uk/en/pages/risk/solutions/truevoice.html Microsoft AI Builder: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/ai-builder/overview UIPath - RPA and AI: https://www.uipath.com/blog/ai-rpa-differences-when-to-use-them-together

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Back @ IT segment: Thoughts on AI - Part 2

In part 2 of this series, I share thoughts on AI in the world of Tax. This is an interesting area for AI to dive into considering all the rules and regulations that accompany anything in tax. What's in store for AI and Tax? Take a listen.If you want to learn and engage more on the topic of taxes, reserve your seat and join us on our Tax Binge Day on February 24, 2021.If you missed part 1 of the series, be sure to check it out here.Additional source:Deloitte study: https://www2.deloitte.com/global/en/pages/tax/articles/artificial-intelligence-in-tax.htmlFor more great tax-related content, be sure to check these posts:Understanding Sales Taxes and VAT TaxesWhen GP Tax Tables Are Not EnoughIt's A Taxing Situation in D365 BC and NAV

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If Robots Are Taking Your Job, Should They Pay Tax?

This is an interesting "flipping the script" article. With the proliferation of bots everywhere to help with redundant work, this article floats the idea of the organizations that create the bots should be taxed to help with finance jobs where people are still required, but jobs are unmet.