Ryan Talks Tax Podcast | Episode 29 | The Future of AI and SR&ED

Ryan Talks Tax Podcast | Episode 29Artificial intelligence (AI) continues to have a dramatic impact on many industries, and tax is no exception. In Episode 29, David Douglas, Mike Iannone, and Jacques-André Boulay from Ryan’s Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) team join us to explain how the rise of AI can impact SR&ED tax credit claims—both now and in the future.

Our guests discuss how to identify AI projects that qualify as SR&ED, describe common situations in which AI can impact a SR&ED claim, and provide sound advice on how taxpayers can optimize government incentives for all types of research and development.

To learn more about the Scientific Research & Experimental Development tax credit, download a free copy of our SR&ED 101 Guide.

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David Douglas
Principal and Practice Leader
Scientific Research and Experimental Development

Mike Iannone
Scientific Research and Experimental Development

Jacques-André Boulay
Scientific Research and Experimental Development

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