About
AI seems to be everywhere at the moment, and all the talk is about how it’s going to change everything in the future. But what does that mean today?

This webinar, in association with Xero, will cut through the noise to look at the practical ways that accountants and bookkeepers can use AI in their practice today.

We’ll also cover the do’s and don’ts around data security to make sure that you can make the most of the transformative opportunities AI can bring whilst making sure you don’t fall foul of any of the risks.

The agenda below details the discussion points that we'll cover on 6 June at 11am.
Agenda
  • ChatGPT opportunities to improve efficiency
  • AI in your existing tech stack – are you making the most of it?
  • How to experiment with tech safely
Presenters
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Tom Herbert
Technology editor
Tom is AccountingWEB's technology editor, providing unbiased news and analysis from the accounting tech universe.
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Stuart Miller
Head of Product Compliance & Industry Engagement, Xero
Stuart Miller, Director of Product Compliance at Xero, brings over two decades of expertise in tax and tax technology to the table. With a focus on ensuring Xero's products adhere to current and forthcoming regulations, Stuart also explores emerging technologies to enhance efficiencies for accountants, bookkeepers, and their clients.
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Billie Mcloughlin
Practice consultant / chairperson of Tech Talk @ 20:20 innovation
Billie Mcloughlin ACCA specialises in helping firms maximise their potential, through optimising the framework around their team, technology and processes. Billie has 13 years’ experience in professional practice, including acting as ‘cloud champion’ and the internal business development lead.

This experience is put to great use in her role as Practice Consultant for 2020 Innovation. She is also the chair of 2020 Innovation’s ‘Tech Talk’ which aims to support practices throughout their digital transformation and beyond, helping firms get the most out of their current software and identify opportunities to use additional systems (including Artificial Intelligence) to grow further.
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Louisa Matheson
Digital Programme Manager, First Intuition
Louisa leads the Digital Finance Programme at First Intuition East Anglia. With a wealth of experience in accountancy, she specialises in training and speaking on digital finance, data analytics, AI and growth mindset skills to accountants and finance professionals – the perfect combination of skills for the modern financial world. Louisa’s background includes training as an auditor at Mazars LLP in London, where she later honed her expertise in forensic accounting. Since relocating to Cambridge over a decade ago, Louisa became a trainer in accounting qualifications and post-qualification courses. She is also a trustee and treasurer for a local homeless charity. Prior to training as an accountant, she obtained a MSc in Artificial Intelligence.
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