The joint development of a first-of-its-kind suite of artificial intelligence (AI) tax analysis tools for the UK has been announced by KPMG UK and Blue J.
The grim one year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada has highlighted that many businesses across the country continue to struggle financially. Two Federal assistance programs, the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) and the Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy (CERS) have helped by giving out a combined total of over $77 billion in subsidies, but it is not enough for many small and medium-sized businesses.
Through a rigorous, human-driven research and development process, Blue J Legal is able to use the power of machine learning in order to synthesize the multitude of factors present in every case to make accurate predictions. Data scientists and experienced lawyers are involved at each step of the multi-faceted and laborious process, wherein we translate the universe of unstructured data, such as relevant cases and tribunal decisions, into structured data that is capable of being used in machine learning.
"Blue J’s long-term vision imagines a world in which, thanks to advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning technology, legal uncertainty is a thing of the past. Recognizing that we must hold ourselves accountable to stay true to our mission and, in so doing, avoid creating unintended outcomes, Blue J’s internal ethics committee RELAI (which stands for Responsible, Ethical, Legal AI) was founded in 2019. Our first task was to draft a Charter on Algorithmic Responsibility."
On the income vs. capital issue, Blue J Tax correctly predicted that these sales should be reported as business income based on several factors unique to the case in Wall v. The Queen.
Tax Foresight Correctly Predicts the Case Outcomes of Cal. Ridge Wind Energy, LLC v. United States and Bishop Hill Energy, LLC v. United States.
We leverage AI in Blue J Predicts to analyze economic substance arguments in Chemoil's ongoing litigation over tax credits and unprofitable ventures.
We analyze a favorable decision for taxpayers who are partners in a partnership trying to profit from the tax credits created by Congress.
Get started with this Type B Reorganization guide and a Rev. Rul. 79-4 diagram example. Find helpful examples and tips with this downloadable PDF.
To better understand cases around financial recordkeeping, we use the Blue J Predictor to examine the recent Tax Court decision in Skolnick.
GS2Law has chosen Blue J as the tool to support its growing tax practice. GS2Law partner, Yosef Shwedel shares why in this blog
Using the Blue J Predictor, we analyze the judgment of the Tenth Circuit in Reserve Mechanical,1 which addressed whether a microcaptive insurance arrangement..
Download the Tax Advisory Industry Report 2022 to learn about the key challenges, goals, and opportunities for growth for tax practices today.
Using the Blue J Predictor, we analyze and present the factors that would have helped Aspro during the tax planning stage...
We use the Blue J debt-equity predictor to analyze part of the decision recently rendered in the Tribune Media case. read more
Learn how Raymond G. Adlington, Tax Partner at Miller Thomson creates a complex step-transaction diagrams in minutes with Blue J Diagramming.
Traditional case law search is highly inefficient . But there is a better solution that saves time and stress. Clio’s 2021 Legal Trends Report
Lawyers are missing out on big billable hours across the board. Adopting the right tools can help but few are quick to adapt. Clio Legal Trends Report 2021
This webinar takes a close look at how AI can support the work of tax practitioners, helping them get to better insights faster than ever.
We look back on our predictions from 2021 and how today machine learning and AI help us to crack the tax code. Blue J Predicts on Tax
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