We’re hearing a lot about AI, but what about the critical building blocks, the algorithms, that insurers are starting to rely on to make decisions in underwriting and claims assessment without human intervention? Is the industry ready to delegate underwriting to machines?
Last evening’s event was packed with great content, engaging discussion amongst panel participants and a unique networking experience (technologists, data scientists, brokers, Re/insurers, syndicates, investors, founders, early and late stage ventures).
Neil Mitchell - Co-Founder, President @ Player’s Health Cover
First published by Matthew Grant on 9th April 2019 on Linkedin
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