How Artificial Intelligence (AI) is Helping the Insurance Industry in Automation

VIHAR KURAMA | November 6, 2019

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Insurance is one of the essential contracts made by individuals, corporations, and industries for financial protection or reimbursement against losses. It’s one of the most cautious, heavily regulated industries in the world. With the increase in the latest technologies, insurance activities are becoming more automatable and the need to attract and retain employees with digital expertise is becoming critical.

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