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“When we understand technology, we become better consumers of it”

Educational talks for accountants

When accountants understand technology, they give better advice
Accountants are more highly trusted when they converse confidently about technology with their clients.

Keep your team up to date on new technology and how they can make use of it for your firm and for your clients.

Our sessions are 30-45 minutes long and perfect for a lunch time brief or a monthly educational session. We follow up with questions and answers to get everyone excited and involved.

Your entire team can join in, including sales and admin staff, everyone will understand the subjects and feel empowered with knowledge.

“Great presentation – very informative and completely fascinating. The real life applications of machine learning are so interesting and will change the way we all do our jobs over the next few years. It was good to understand how computers are achieving this learning and de-mystify the process and the implications for us humans.”

-Rebeka Rae, ROCG Melbourne, March 2018

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Machine learning and what it means for accountants

As presented at the Accounting Business Expo 2018 at Sydney’s International Convention Centre
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  • Machine learning, it’s coming, so if you don’t adapt and move with it and understand it you’re gonna get left behind.
  • I love technology. Innovation, and what it can do for us. All our software in the cloud, mobility, interconnectivity, they’re all fantastic developments that allow us to achieve so much more. Machine learning and artificial intelligence in general suggests that computers would come up with their own ideas. That they would make stuff up. We look at people, and events, and we try to find patterns and correlations.
  • Yeah, it really got me thinking, that beginning piece of really understanding how we learn, and then the insight into this business intelligence space. And how we interact with it in our every day life.
  • If we could teach computers to do that, they’re actually much better than us in finding patterns and correlations, in looking at large amounts of data and analysing them. We all start straight out of school with some set of rules and definitions. But what separates the exceptional professionals from the mediocre ones is the experience we’ve gained along the way.
  • We have all these amazing technology, and it just happens and we go, don’t really think about why it’s happening and how it works. So, the ability to go down into a simple case and really break that down, just that example you put up of the observations and then the line of fit that best demonstrates it and how the actual algorithm was a fantastic information piece.
  • So if I suggest a new company that has this revenue, you’ll predict something around there. It’s just mathematics. Applied in very clever ways, but just maths.
  • How it works, and how the brain of it works, is interesting for us, yeah, so fantastic talk, and definitely took away something today from it.
  • The system collects information from the point of sale, from the online orders, from the app. And the benefit for the business is not only in lowering under and over staffing, but it’s actually in having the right people there, at the right time, to give the customer the best experience.
  • It’s quite a bit of science behind it, and for someone that’s not really sort of techie, sort of, it was really informative, so thank you.
  • Machine learning, I hope I convinced you, is not magic. But it can do magical things for us and for our businesses. Thank you.[/bg_collapse]

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