5 Things an insurer shouldn’t miss at IBM Think 2018

Ibm staff | January 31, 2018

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The outlook for the insurance industry in 2018 is what many of us know already. The disruptive influence of FinTech has expanded beyond the world of finance and has entered the insurance landscape. The marriage of insurance, technology and data & analytics, or InsurTech, has created a boon for technology companies’ insurance products and services. There are emerging technologies, innovations, and trends arising in insurance at pace that makes it difficult to stay current, let alone be versed in them.

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Article | April 1, 2020

There’s been a lot of talk about artificial intelligence amongst those involved in the insurance technology (insurtech) and legal industries, and for very good reason. AI is a transformative technology that has the power to revolutionize how legal and claims litigation work is performed. Indeed, with AI in their corners, legal and claims professionals can address many of the challenges that they face on a daily basis, including cost control, staffing levels, compliance with billing guidelines, and more.

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Top 3 Challenges to Data Science and Machine Learning Adoption in Insurance

Article | March 27, 2020

Hiring people with skills in machine learning is extremely difficult across industries due to a shortage of talent and skyrocketing demand. But the insurance industry is better positioned than most to overcome this challenge via upskilling. With tens (possibly hundreds) of statistics-minded actuaries already on staff, providing the right tools to nudge them into the world of data science is a small step. Upskilling business staff is also a great way to fill talent gaps, and in many ways, it’s necessary for insurance businesses that want to democratize data science.

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Article | April 8, 2020

The COVID-19 coronavirus emergency has everyone scared, and many are imagining the worst. For business owners and managers, there is a fear that what you, your employees, and your customers or clients have built will be lost – through no fault of your own. And we don’t know how long the financial impact of the pandemic will continue.

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Automation for the Future of Insurance: Enabling the Ecosystem

Article | February 17, 2020

During InsurTech Connect 2019, the world’s largest gathering for the insurance industry, I had the opportunity to meet and talk about the future of insurance with executives, thought leaders, analysts, consultants, and tech providers. In an interesting discussion with Seth Rachlin, chief innovation officer of Insurance at Capgemini, he discussed three trends that he envisions driving the “future of insurance.”

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