Cyborg CROs with place at top table are needed

Robot ethics

Data analysis: Insurers where chief risk officers, supported by artificial intelligence, have a seat at the top table are most likely to succeed over the next decade, according to a report by consultancy LCP.

Greater use of automation and AI, combined with strong relationships between the risk function and all parts of a provider, were identified by LCP’s research as key to ensuring insurers rise to the

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