Artificial intelligence and taxes. State of the question, uncertainties, and way ahead
Keywords:Artificial intelligence and taxes, Startups, Technological development and taxes
Artificial intelligence is producing a sea change in our world, and it´s difficult to foresee the consequences it´s going to produce in our lives, in fields such as labor, productivity or tax collection, among others.
Spain faces this situation in a not very comfortable position, due to its technological and entrepreneurial development, always in a good situation to jump to better positions, but never doing it.
Some tax measures have just been adopted to try to make the life a little bit easier for some kinds of entrepreneurs and scientists.
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