Can ChatGPT replace accountants & lawyers?

Published Date: 19 Oct 2023


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Artificial Intelligence is increasingly in the news. Several major tech players are very busy in this space with their particular takes on our future, and now politicians and their advisors are starting to consider the ramifications – think about education, legal advice, song writing. With the very rapid “acceptance” of ChatGPT it is now probably too late to put the genie back in the bottle. So what might AI mean for the professional advisors?

In this session we unpacked exactly that question. Expect to have your assumptions challenged.


  • Published By: Adrian Cartland
  • Published On:19 Oct 2023
  • Took place at:Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston

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