As generative AI changes the way companies do business, it is creating new risks and new causes of loss that impact not only the companies themselves
Insurers must embrace Artificial Intelligence technology to successfully navigate emerging transformative trends that are shaping the insurance landscape
Swiss Re’s SONAR report reveals that the threats on the horizon develop as dynamically as the technological, geopolitical and social changes
Global Generative AI in Insurance Market size will be worth $5,5 bn by 2032 from its current size of $346.3 mn, and growing at a CAGR of 32.9%
Computer vision, data science, financial incentives, technology, and societal trends has created a unique opportunity to achieve global workplace safety
To build an AI-driven finance organization for the future, it will require a combination of technical and business skills that many finance teams do not have today
For re/insurance industry, Digital Trust and Artificial Intelligence are vital for business since access to data is the key component behind risk analytics and automation capabilities
Some experts believe that artificial intelligence (AI) could completely disrupt the insurance industry as we know it. So what does the future hold for insurers?
Everyone is talking about ChatGPT and how it’s going to revolutionize almost every business sector. The life insurance industry is no exception
Artificial Intelligence and machine learning are changing how we live, work and play – for good. Across this wide spectrum of AI, there is a vast and real potential for people
How insurance companies can enhance the overall customer experience, streamline processes, and better assess risk with AI tools and machine learning?
Technology and data-enabled solutions are creating the tailwinds for change in the commercial property insurance market
Costs for everything from food to healthcare to insurance premiums have increased in the past few years – especially after the 2020 lockdown
Changing technology affects everything from what we eat to how we pay for our meals. Have you ever considered how it is changing the insurance sector?
Rapid advances in technology, the continuing talent shortage and rising customer expectations for experiences of all types have disrupted the insurance industry