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AI Gains Traction Across Insurance

Spending on artificial intelligence (AI) platforms in insurance will grow by almost a quarter every year out to 2024 as the industry exhibits a general willingness to innovate, analytics firm GlobalData predicts.

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Insurtech and Artificial Intelligence

The rapid development of converging technologies is bringing about fundamental changes to the insurance industry. In the long term, organisations that are slow to embrace these new technologies will struggle to compete and to retain their place in the market.

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Arturo Raises $25 Million in Series B Funding Round

Artificial intelligence (AI) and deep-learning property analytics company, Arturo has raised $25 million in a Series B funding round led by Atlantic Bridge Capital, with participation from RPS Ventures and existing investors Crosslink Capital and IAG Firemark Ventures.

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How AI Will Enhance Identity Management in Claims

Identity management has been an obstacle for commercial insurance companies for a very long time. Many thought that problems would dissipate or at least become easier to correct by moving to digital systems, but in reality, identity management has only grown more complex. It is obvious that we need a better way.

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The Future of AI in Insurance

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have come a long way, both in terms of adoption across the broader technology landscape and the insurance industry specifically. That said, there is still much more territory to cover, helping integral employees like claims adjusters do their jobs better, faster and easier.

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Three AI Apps Making Waves in the Insurance Industry

The rise of artificial intelligence has brought about easier and accurate handling of large digital information from various sources. Because of this various industries are adopting the technology to drive output and improve productivity. From machine learning and processing of natural languages to automation of robotic process automation, AI is dominating the digital world.

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How is AI Transforming Home Healthcare

AI-based sensors can be used to track a patient’s biometrics 24/7, even while they are resting or sleeping, to track their health biometrics. Any abnormality, such as a slower heartbeat or an increase in body temperature or pulse rate, will automatically send alerts to the appropriate healthcare providers or agencies.

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AI In P&C: Real vs. Hype

In some respects AI remains more buzzword than reality, especially within insurance IT organizations, but it has begun to have a real impact on the P&C insurance value chain.

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Insurtech and Artificial Intelligence

The rapid development of converging technologies is bringing about fundamental changes to the insurance industry. In the long term, organisations that are slow to embrace these new technologies will struggle to compete and to retain their place in the market.

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Insurance Europe Warns of AI Coverage Challenges

European insurance and reinsurance federation, Insurance Europe, has warned that changes to the existing liability framework for emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), could result in challenging insurability issues.

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Which Artificial Intelligence Applications will Flourish by 2030?

For decades, artificial intelligence has been depicted as a sinister force in science fiction. Think of HAL-9000, the main antagonist in Arthur C. Clarke’s Space Odyssey series. But while applications of AI and machine learning are indeed sophisticated and carry the potential to be dangerous, my own view is that over the course of this decade, the most frequent encounters people are going to have with these neural technologies will seem both ordinary and positive. But there is one important area of algorithmic use that will require real work.

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Insurers Must Address Bias in AI

Recently, a group of U.S. senators wrote a letter urging the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to address employers’ use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, and other hiring technologies that might result in discrimination.

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AI-Based Video Identification Shaping the Insurance Industry in 2021

Onboarding legitimate customers are getting complicated with every passing day since fraudsters are coming up with better ways to terrorize different industries. Hence, KYC requirements are becoming stringent across the world. For onboarding, a secure clientele base, robust identity verification is essential for businesses.

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What The NAIC’s Guiding Principles on AI Say

“AI will be life-changing for insurance companies and consumers alike, raising the question of how regulators can ensure that models and algorithms and machine learning don’t simply scale-up the bad practices of the past,” writes Andrew Mais, commissioner of the Connecticut Insurance Department.

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Which AI Techs are most Valuable in P&C?

Artificial intelligence technologies are everywhere. The great leap forward in AI over the past decade has come along with an explosion of new tech companies, AI deployment across almost every industry sector, and AI capabilities behind the scenes in billions of intelligent devices around the world. What does all of this mean for the personal lines insurance sector?

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Destination AI: Augmented Automated Underwriting and Life Insurance

It’s almost inevitable. Spend your working life identifying, analysing, quantifying and ascribing monetary value to risk, and you’re likely to have a fairly strong aversion to it. Or more accurately, an aversion to undertaking new endeavours with inadequately understood consequences. The insurance industry is, on any number of levels, the very definition of risk-averse

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How AI Powers Customer Contacts

Existing and prospective customers now expect prompt, appropriate answers via the channel of their choice, or they may look to your competitors. For insurance carriers,

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