We see unmanned aircraft systems — commonly referred to as drones — as a way to mitigate the current safety challenges for our adjusters who at times can be at risk for accidents or injuries.
We now are seeing a resurgence of AI, a blending of machine learning, predictive modelling and cognitive computing along with self driving cars, which raises some rare and interesting opportunities.
Managing the distribution channel requires discipline in a number of areas, and insurers face significant challenges in performing these tasks efficiently; here's a look at how carriers are looking to technology as a strategic differentiator.
The need to find alternative avenues for growth and for investment returns, combined with a fear of technology companies disrupting insurers’ business models, has led to renewed interest.
Telematics data is going to be increasingly valuable in determining causation and relative responsibility for auto accidents.
I had a watch capable of interfacing with a computer in 1995. But that was before insurers could offer discounts for using one.