Impact of Artificial Intelligence in supervision of enterprises reduce tax avoidance.

Sreedhar Yalamati


This research paper investigates the transformative role of artificial intelligence (AI) in mitigating tax avoidance through enhanced enterprise supervision. As businesses navigate complex financial landscapes, the study delves into how AI-driven mechanisms contribute to proactive and intelligent oversight. The research explores the capacity of AI to analyze vast datasets, identify patterns indicative of tax avoidance strategies, and facilitate real-time decision-making for regulatory authorities. By examining the practical implications of AI applications in enterprise supervision, the paper aims to provide valuable insights into how technological advancements can be leveraged to foster fiscal transparency, compliance, and fair taxation practices in a rapidly evolving economic environment.

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