Will Robots Agree to Pay Taxes? Further Tax Implications of Advanced AI

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2020-05-18
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Indiana University East
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Will Robots Agree to Pay Taxes? Tax Ideology meets Advanced AI Brett N. Bogenschneider, PhD, JD, LLM Assistant Prof. Accounting & Taxation* Introduction a. Should robots pay taxes? Or, Will robots agree to pay taxes? b. Positing advanced AIs will engage in tax structuring (manipulation of the tax base) *Explanation of preference for income tax systems due to automatic efficiency gains therefrom c. Positing “tax actualing” by advanced AIs will supplant current methods of economic modeling
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tax policy, robot tax, automation tax, AI, Advanced, international tax policy, international tax competition, nonproductive investment, tax planning, over-investment, worker efficiency
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