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Three technological leaps that could destroy insurers

Artificial intelligence, genetic scissors, and brain-machine interface were identified by CFC as the top emerging technology trends insurers insurers need to prepare for if they want to be Netflix rather than Blockbuster.

Young adults want Alexa to sort out their insurance

Data analysis: Young adults are markedly more likely to want their Alexa to share information so they can have personalised home (70%), pet (68%) and car insurance (67%) than older adults (50%, 43% and 48% respectively), a survey has shown.

How insurers are tentatively embracing AI

Analysis: Frances Stebbing explores how insurers are using generative AI, while recognising the risks and preparing for the incoming regulation for this type of technology.

Q&A: Paul Williams, Ripe Insurance

Paul Williams, CEO of Ripe Insurance, explains why the specialist insurer looks more like a marketing agency than a financial services provider and how it wants to know why Jane differs from Janet.

Elon Musk joins the AI party

Elon Musk has announced the formation of xAI, his long-anticipated artificial intelligence startup designed to compete with Open AI’s Chat GPT, Google’s Bard, and other similar platforms.

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