The future of generative AI
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by RSM UK
1M ago
In the final episode of our generative AI series, we look ahead to see how this powerful technology might affect the economy and society in the long run. How will generative AI change the economic landscape? How will it challenge the professional service sectors?   Ben Bilsland, Tom Pugh, RSM’s economist, and Joel Segal, a business transformation partner at RSM UK, join us to talk about the possible changes that generative AI could bring in the next 30 years. They discuss how productivity and its distribution among society might change, and how work tasks and human skills such as cre ..read more
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The ethical implications of generative AI
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by RSM UK
2M ago
In our latest episode of our generative AI series, explore the ethical considerations surrounding the use of generative AI tools. Uncover the challenges posed to human workers and the complexities of consent and ownership of the data that fuel them as well as the biases and errors in the results they produce. Our expert panel, featuring host Ben Bilsland and RSM consultants Dr Priya Khambhaita and Matthew Clark, reveal the deep ethical consequences on businesses and society. For more insights on generative AI, explore our Real Economy report And follow us on social: Linkedin - https://bit.ly/3 ..read more
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Navigating the risk and regulations of generative AI
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by RSM UK
3M ago
In the second episode of our generative AI series, our panel of expert guests are discussing the risks associated with this ever-evolving technology, alongside the generative AI real economy campaign, and how regulations could impact the way businesses use generative AI. Join host Ben Bilsland, media and technology partner, along with guests Sheila Pancholi, technology risk assurance partner at RSM UK, and Mark Webber, US managing partner at Fieldfisher, for a captivating discussion. Read our full real economy report on generative AI via the link https://bit.ly/3O6KVM2 And follow us on social ..read more
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How will generative AI affect business in the middle market?
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by RSM UK
4M ago
In the first episode of our generative AI series, our panel of experts discusses the impact and potential of this emerging technology. They delve into the rise of Gen AI, the crucial role that data plays, and the insights gained by RSM UK. Join host Ben Bilsland, media and technology partner, along with guests Sarah Belsham, data analytics and insights partner, and Chris Knowles, chief digital officer from RSM UK, for an engaging conversation. For more insights follow the link https://bit.ly/3O6KVM2 And follow us on social: Linkedin - https://bit.ly/3Ab7abT Twitter - http://bit.ly/1qILii3 ..read more
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Consumer duty regulation changes – are you ready?
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by RSM UK
6M ago
Our host, Zoe Morton is joined by RSM UK's resident consumer duty expert Michael McCormick and George Houseton, group compliance officer at Mattioli Woods, to analyse the latest Consumer Duty rules and regulations. Our panel of experts shed light on what these new regulations are and how businesses can get to grips with them. And follow us on social: Linkedin - https://bit.ly/3Ab7abT Twitter - http://bit.ly/1qILii3​​ Instagram - http://bit.ly/2W60CWm ..read more
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RSM's The Loop: With special guest Julia Penny
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11M ago
In this episode, Julia Penny, the former president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), sits down with RSM’s tax expert, Susan Ball to discuss the profession and ICAEW’s role in creating positive change. We explore the institute’s five strategic themes as part of its 10-year strategy, the significant role accounting plays in championing the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how ICAEW is creating a more diverse talent pool.  Disclaimer: Susan and Julia were the current presidents of their respected institutes at the time of recording this ..read more
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RSM’s The Loop: With special guest Bill Dodwell
The Loop
by RSM UK
1y ago
Post Autumn statement, Tax is certainly a topic at the top of everyone's minds right now. To tackle the issues we seem to not be able to get away from, cost of living, ever inflating inflation rates and recessions, we're shedding light on the world of tax with a mini series featuring some of the UK's leading tax experts.   In this latest instalment, RSM partner and CIOT president Susan Ball is joined by Bill Dodwell, Tax Director of the Office of Tax Simplification, editor in chief of the CIOT's Tax Advisor magazine and website and former CIOT president. And follow us on social: Linkedin ..read more
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RSM’s The Loop: With special guest Dame Margaret Hodge
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by Dame Margaret Hodge
1y ago
RSM partner and CIOT president, Susan Ball, talks to Dame Margaret Hodge, former chair of the Public Accounts Committee, Labour MP and "loud commentator" on all things tax. Speakers Susan Ball - RSM UK Partner, Employer Solutions  Dame Margaret Hodge - MP  Learn more about RSM UK tax team: https://www.rsmuk.com/what-we-offer/by-service/tax  And follow us on social: Linkedin - https://bit.ly/3Ab7abT Twitter - http://bit.ly/1qILii3​​ Instagram - http://bit.ly/2W60CWm ..read more
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Is the future of automotive electric?
The Loop
by RSM UK
2y ago
For over a century, society has relied on the internal combustion engine to get us around. But now the environmental impact of burning carbon-based fuels has become impossible to ignore. So, what is the future of the car, and how will this impact businesses in the UK? In this episode, resident host Jon Cronin is joined by RSM’s Head of Automotive, Richard Bartlett Rawlings, Technology and Media Partner, Ben Bilsland and Society of Motor Manufacturers and Trader’s (SMMT) Senior Manager, Alice Seabrook-Martina. The panel delves into electric vehicles and what this means for consumers and busines ..read more
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Untangling tax to tackle climate change
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by RSM UK
2y ago
Climate change is a global emergency. We’ve just come out of a summer of extreme weather; UK-wide climate change protests; and significant announcements from the government committing to ambitious zero carbon targets by 2050. This all points to a need for wholesale reform of energy consumption in the UK, and across the globe. But are businesses ready to adopt a carbon neutral approach to operations; and how can tax help to deliver sustainable change? If you want to know more about how climate change might impact your businesses, or what more needs to change within our tax system to reach ambi ..read more
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