How artificial Intelligence is changing insurance

| April 4, 2020

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Here, we present the global megatrends that risk disrupting the insurance industry, and look at some of the insurtechs using AI to succeed Insurance is an industry that thrives on predictability. The more certain the outcome, the more insurance firms can be sure to offer fair rates and generate value for customers and shareholders alike. As such, it’s an industry that has been slow to adopt new technologies and adapt to global change. Today, however, change is here, and more is on the way.

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Dayton, Ritz & Osborne is the longest continuously operating Insurance business on Eastern Long Island with roots dating back to 1875. With office locations in East Hampton, Bridgehampton and Southampton, our trained professionals are committed to provide superior service while identifying, evaluating and providing the best solution to our clients'​ needs.

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