The AI Pathway to Transformation in Commercial Insurance

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The most disruptive changes in the insurance industry will be led by the advances in and utilization of key technologies. Primarily, it will include the adaptation of AI to create desirable products, harness insights from new data sources, optimize processes and costs, and improve customer experiences. According to a recent Accenture report:Digital transformation grants insurance companies exceptional capabilities. But it also creates enormous expectations.Amid these rising expectations, insurers are investing in digital technologies, raising the question of how leaders will set themselves apart.Insurers looking to differentiate themselves must be aware of technology trends that will characterize the post-digital future.
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Alone among developed countries, the United States's healthcare system is not universal but run by for-profit health insurance companies. A former health insurance executive turned whistle-blower says the industry is expecting to do well during the coronavirus. While several companies in the US say they will cover COVID-19 testing and treatment, there remains much confusion over who will ultimately end up covering the bills.

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April Apex Discussion Series - Clustering 101 for Insurance Applications

Pinnacle Actuarial Resources

Join Director and Consulting Actuary Linda Brobeck and Consulting Actuary Tom Kolde for an overview of cluster analysis, an unsupervised machine learning technique used to manage high-dimensional, correlated data. Topics for discussion include data and input requirements, interpreting output and practical insurance applications.
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Evolution in Cyber Insurance

Verisk

As cyber threats evolve the way insurers evaluate risks and the coverages offered are also developing. In this session, Steve Whelan of Verisk, along with guest speakers Danny Arnett of AIR and Annamaria Landaverde of Munich Re, will address emerging cyber threats, trends in cyber insurance coverage, and solutions for evaluating cyber risks.
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Cyber insurance and the law

Lexis Nexis

Along with the heightened awareness of cybersecurity in recent times it is essential that organisations develop a comprehensive and appropriate cyber insurance policy. This webinar will look at these polices in detail and discuss how they work should something go wrong. Topics to be covered include: Why cyber insurance is so important in today's world, The cyber insurance market, What cyber insurance covers, The underwriting/buying process & Detailed coverage points.
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Tenant Liability Insurance

Lorman

Many landlords are forced to bear the solvency risk of their tenants' lease promises to repair damage or to indemnify the landlords for liabilities to third parties arising out of the tenants' operations and activities in the demised premises. These exposures are often much larger than security deposits held. Tenant liability insurance is a program designed for landlords to protect the landlords' own insurance limits, deductibles, and assets in the event of loss or damage to the designed premises or liability for losses suffered by third parties as the result of the tenants' actions.
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Alone among developed countries, the United States's healthcare system is not universal but run by for-profit health insurance companies. A former health insurance executive turned whistle-blower says the industry is expecting to do well during the coronavirus. While several companies in the US say they will cover COVID-19 testing and treatment, there remains much confusion over who will ultimately end up covering the bills.

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