Four ways insurers can use AI to defeat disruptor rivals

Illustration portraying the looming AI threat, embodied by a robot overtaking human job roles. Depiction of the evolving of automation and its potential impact on employment

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.

Tesla’s advanced telematics-based insurance model may bring a level of disruption to insurance similar to the effect the brand has already reaped within the global automobile market.

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Q&A: Will McAllister, Guidewire

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.

Getting to the truth of vehicle risk

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.

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