Could AI take the heat out of insurance in a changing climate?

Richard Hartley, CEO and co-founder of insurtech Cytora, discusses why better use of AI in the insurance industry will help it adapt to the challenges brought about by climate change.

In July, the world experienced its hottest week on record – 4 July was the warmest global temperature for 125,000 years.

Arctic ice levels are approaching all-time lows

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How AI can place insurers in the green lane

Bill Brower, senior vice-president of global industry relations and claims sales at Solera, explains how artificial intelligence will be pivotal in moving the needle on insurer's environmental, social and governance goals.

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