2020-141: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Valuation
**Webinar 141: Live Broadcast Date: March 10, 2020**
VPS StraightTalk Webinar Series: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Business Valuation
Speaker: Jim Alerding CPA/ABV
The participant will learn:
- What is currently going on in the AI arena
- What is in store with AI for the future
- What the valuation analyst should be doing to prepare for the AI invasion
- What procedures should followed in a valuation to properly consider the impact of AI on the value of the subject business
- Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Applications of AI currently operating
- The McKinsey Report
- Industries likely to be impacted by AI
- Impact on approaches and methods of valuation
- Inquiries of company management
- Determining the impact of AI on revenues and expenses
- Using the DCF Method
- Other considerations
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