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ICAI President Shared Future of Accounting Profession with AI

ICAI President Shared Future of Accounting Profession with AI

CA Ranjeet Kumar Agarwal, the distinguished 72nd President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), mentioned the information for the future direction of the accounting profession in the middle of the continued revolution of Artificial Intelligence (AI), in the monthly ICAI e-journal.

Mr Agarwal is known for his humility and has achieved recognition in distinct domains, he stressed his vision for the forthcoming years since the “Golden Period of the Profession,” spanning from 2024 to 2049. He outlined the importance of Chartered Accountants (CAs) in facilitating clarity and trust, as per the same to increase the performance on integrity measures.

For integrating AI into accountancy practices, Mr Agarwal considered the transformative impact of technology, especially AI, in simplifying workflows, enhancing accuracy, and furnishing insights. He disclosed the establishment of a new committee within ICAI for AI implementation, emphasizing the Institute’s commitment to staying at the forefront of technological advancements. “To accomplish this plan of making “AI” part of our professional life, we have formed a committee namely “Artificial Intelligence (AI) in ICAI”, he stated.”

Mr. Agarwal while answering the questions about embracing Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies to remain competitive, stressed the inevitability of technological integration and the requirement for professionals to adapt and leverage the capabilities of AI effectively. He prevented the myths about technology replacing human roles, stressing that AI automation would rather build the chance for logical thinking, creativity, and improved consultancy services. ICAI’s aim is additionally stated by Mr Agarwal to adopt the initiative of the government’s “E-office”, transitioning towards electronic modes for improved efficiency, eco-friendliness, and better governance practices.

This forward-thinking approach aligns with ICAI’s more comprehensive vision, encapsulated by the acronym “DRISHTI,” highlighting Digitalization, Research, Integrity, Skills development, Handholding, Transparency, and Independence.

Mr. Agarwal’s imaginative leadership and dedication to embracing technological advancements show a strategic roadmap aimed at preparing Chartered Accountants for an evolving future, marked by innovation, efficiency, and ethical practices.

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