Flock has announced a partnership with NIG, which CEO Ed Leon Klinger says will allow the insurtech to target larger fleets as it aims to “evolve” the commercial motor insurance market.
Will McAllister, senior vice president and managing director of EMEA at Guidewire, shares the software provider’s plan to do more business in the UK plus how insurers can now launch new products in a few hours.
The UK has published guidelines to ensure the secure development of artificial intelligence technology.
Editor’s View: Emma Ann Hughes explores how much cash insurers are spending on generative artificial intelligence in 2024 and the lessons they should learn from Facebook.
View from the top: Vipul Chhabra, chief data and underwriting officer at Domestic & General, looks at how underwriters are using data in new ways.
Andrew Ballard, product principle of LexisNexis Risk Solutions, considers the perfect storm in motor insurance and explains why vehicle build and specification data can help providers see clearly through the clouds.
The category winners in the Chartis Insurtech Excellence Awards have been announced.
Guidewire bosses expect Blueprint Two, the second phase of Lloyd’s digital-transformation strategy aimed at overhauling the way the London market operates, to further accelerate the insurance industry platform provider’s growth in 2024.
Content Director’s View: A decade ago insurers got very excited about digitalisation; so much so they put it in special silos and created a culture of them versus us. Jonathan Swift asks what lessons might have been learned as they embark on similar…
Michael Lewis, founder and CEO of Claim Technology, on the practical application of artificial intelligence for pet insurance claims.
Simon Murray, head of insurance business services at DWF Law, explains why the use of AI in legal services could soon accelerate.
Insurtech start-up Armilla AI has launched an AI product warranty to give companies protection and peace of mind against the risk of issues with the technology.
As AI Week draws to a close, Leon Gauhman, co-founder of digital product consultancy Elsewhen, explains how large language models could allow traditional carriers to leapfrog over nimbler insurtech competitors.
Around two thirds of UK professional indemnity insurers believe the use of AI by professional services firms is increasing their risk of practice, according to a survey by Clyde & Co.
Insurance Post recently gathered together a group of insurance technology experts to discuss the rapid rise of artificial intelligence and how insurers need to position themselves to respond to the changing business landscape. Frances Stebbing recounts…
AntWorks, a specialist in intelligent document processing, is targeting commercial insurance companies with the launch of Insurants.
Chris Sawford, Verisk's managing director of claims for the UK, discusses what makes an artificial intelligence trial successful and how the technology helps insurers achieve operational efficiency.
Graeme Newman, CEO of CFC, argues cyber insurers should play to its strengths rather than peddle sensational statistics.
One year on from launching its AI counter-fraud solution, the Insurance Fraud Bureau has revealed how the tool has “elevated” the sector's fight against fraud.
Earnix’s CEO and chief technology officer speak exclusively to Insurance Post about how the company is utilising the power of artificial intelligence and what challenges could lie ahead.
Insurance Post asked Chat GPT to explain what it will do for the general insurance industry and here is what the generative AI system had to say.
Insurers gathered at the Guidewire Connections conference have been told to stop talking about “modernisation,” to ditch Big Bang-style transformation programmes and pursue bite-sized technology updates.
Yannis Korgialos, vice president of insurance for EMEA at Cover Genius, on how travel offers a roadmap for AI transforming the way policyholders are protected.
We will never have an insurance company run by artificial intelligence “without a human in the loop”, according to Bijal Patel, co-founder and chief technology officer at Aurora.