How technology, data and AI will completely change insurance

| November 11, 2019

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The potential of AI for insurance is enormous, especially as many insurance processes are data-intensive and often repetitive. Many customer inquiries, claim reports or data analyses could theoretically be standardized and automated - ideal prerequisites for using intelligent machines. Smart algorithms will help identify insurance fraud faster and assess risks more accurately. This allows AI to be used to create personalized products. In combination with sensors and IoT, AI also helps to prevent fraud.

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Asuransi Astra

2018 is one of the most important years in Asuransi Astra 62 years of existence. Major transformation was carried out to better strengthen the company's position in the industry and to remain staying ahead. Through improvements in quality and service technology that keeps getting easier, revitalization of working culture and the mindset to serve at all times, Asuransi Astra tries to provide the finest for its customer. The commitment encourages us to work in harmony, simultaneous, continuous, and focus to support Asuransi Astra's growth to become the most admired general insurance in Indonesia with Gross Written Premium of IDR 4.4 Trillion and Total Assets of IDR 12.6 Trillion in 2017.

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