Young adults want Alexa to sort out their insurance

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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.

A poll of 1,000 UK insurance policyholders aged between 18 and 65 by management consultancy Capco found eight out of 10 were willing to share additional personal data with insurers.

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