What the future holds for AI regulation

Striking the right balance between regulatory intervention and industry autonomy is crucial to realising the full benefits of artificial intelligence while ensuring ethical, accountable, and inclusive practices within the insurance sector, argues Nutan Rajguru, Verisk UK's head of analytics.

In the evolving landscape of insurance, the integration of artificial intelligence has emerged as a potential game-changer, promising enhanced efficiency, accuracy, and personalised services. 

But as

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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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