In a world where robots will one day write code for themselves, the rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning creates new ethical dilemmas, according to a new paper by CA ANZ...
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ASEAN is working to become a common market, which presents new opportunities for Australasian businesses in sectors such as food, financial services and fintech...
The 2018 World Congress of Accountants will focus on collaboration and technology skills just when employers are crying out for them...
Will there ever be another GFC? Economic historian and Harvard professor Niall Ferguson, the influential thinker behind The Ascent of Money book and TV series will speak at WCOA about what we’ve...
Recent high-profile corporate scandals have seen trust in business take a further dive. How can this fragile commodity be restored?...
How to use the UN sustainable goals and Integrated Reporting to measure risks and challenges...
The new-look February/March 2018 issue of Acuity magazine, featuring Australian Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan on the cover, is now available...
APRA sets a new green horizon...
From networking to new technology, the World Congress of Accountants 2018 in Sydney has much to offer to small firms that think big...
The December 2017/January 2018 issue of Acuity magazine, featuring the pessimists' guide to 2025 on the cover, is now available...
Kim Jay CA is director of Initiative Group on the Sunshine Coast and volunteers as treasurer for Friends of the Hound...
Zeanda Betar and Aneela Iram tell Acuity about their journey to become CAs and why the Women in Finance and Economics Scholarship means so much to them...
Oracle NetSuite systems architect and administrator Sarah Rynja drops into businesses to help finance, sales and production teams get their software usage practically perfect in every way...
From youth and education fundraising to disability advocacy and community legal services, Hayden Asper CA is making the Newcastle region a better place for future generations...
Gillian Shaw-Veisamasama and Joseph Smith win CA ANZ Craig Norgate scholarships...