The easy availability of vast amounts of transactional data that follow rules makes indirect tax a great candidate for machine learning. We show you how to use artificial intelligence to improve quality and validate your VAT data – and someday maybe even take care of tax determination for you.
Join my experts this Thursday, 25. October 2018, 2.00 – 3.00pm
I would like to invite you to the Tax Technology Fair 2017, which will take place on 10th May 2017 in Zurich.
On the one hand we will showcase “traditional” solutions, e.g. in the fields of deferred taxes and process management. On the other hand we will point out latest developments in fields like Machine Learning and Data Analytics.Read More »
When I was a young child, I was fascinated by a Bagatelle board. Firing small metal balls to the top of a ramp, I could watch them fall, bouncing of metal pins, to ultimately end up in a number of different scoring zones. Now, many years on, I like to think about Machine Learning in a similar way. The scoring zones are the outputs of the Machine, the place you drop the ball, and the nature of the ball, represent the different inputs, and the ‘randomly arranged’ pins which deflect the balls on their journey to the scoring zone are the inner workings of Machine Learning. Read More »