Industry told not to worry about AI job losses

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A panel on artificial intelligence held at the British Insurance Broker’s Association conference in Manchester assured the audience that they won’t be “replaced by robots”.

Moderated by Shân Millie, Markel UK’s Jo Sykes, Gallagher Re’s Paolo Cuomo and LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ Xumeu Planells all agreed that fears of job losses in the insurance industry due to AI were

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