Mike Rosenbaum, CEO of Guidewire, has warned insurers against “taking too big a bet” on one generative artificial intelligence path at this stage, as it “is still very early”.
Tom Quirke, chief actuary at Ageas UK, shares how the personal lines insurer is already ensuring humans and AI work in synergy to allow agents to focus on meaningful relationships with customers.
Andy Moss, co-founder and CEO of Send, on how artificial intelligence isn't the future of commercial insurance but an already embedded part of operations today.
Sat Sanghera, CEO of IPI, explains how artificial intelligence technologies have the potential to revolutionise insurance contact centres, and address several challenges simultaneously.
Patrick Hayward, consultant at Altus Consulting, explains why artificial intelligence will become a critical requirement rather than a nice-to-have for an insurer.
Data analysis: The amount of competition insurers face in attracting tech talent plus the type of skills providers are hunting for has been revealed by an Insurance Post deep dive into LinkedIn job adverts.
To kick off Insurance Post’s AI Week, Dougie Barnett, director of mid-market and customer risk management at Axa Commercial, exclusively reveals how the provider has used artificial intelligence to complete tasks in hours rather than months.
Gavin Peters, chief marketing officer at Genasys Technologies, explores ways to showcase his company's capabilities for the London Market, and accepts his destiny as the Sam Allardyce of the West Herts Youth League.
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.
Editor’s View: Emma Ann Hughes’ recent claims experience suggests artificial intelligence could learn a lot from the acknowledgements sent via snail mail in the past.
The Rt Hon Robert Buckland KC MP, pictured, said “failing to act” on AI in the court system will “fundamentally be the wrong choice with dire consequences”.
The King’s Speech announced the government's intention to, in this parliament, introduce long-awaited legislation covering the use of self-driving vehicles on the UK’s roads.
Ahead of Insurance Post's AI Week from 13 to 17 November, Melissa Collett, CEO of Insurtech UK, shares the tactics insurtechs are using to fight and win the war for talent in 2023.
Analysis: Edmund Tirbutt examines what the advent of non-fungible tokens means for insurers, and whether the industry is designing an array of cover for this emerging art form.
Insurers that don’t share claims data with the wider market risk being “left behind”, LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ James Burton has told Insurance Post.
Following its recent win in the Customer Experience category at the 2023 British Insurance Awards, Policy Expert CEO Steve Hardy shared his thoughts on what made it stand out.
Today, Insurance Post is delighted to announce the winners of 2023 European Insurance Technology Awards.
Applied Systems’ Europe CEO and chief revenue officer explain Applied’s approach to increasing market share, and how the firm will soon return to profitability.
It's close to Halloween, so Insurance Post editor Emma Ann Hughes is looking for some evil things lurking in the dark that are ready to scare general insurers.
Applied Systems group CEO Taylor Rhodes has hailed a bumper year for the UK business, as it looks to take market share from the ‘weaker’ competition.
Cover against damage from cyber attacks against SMEs has been branded as “woefully underserved” at an Aviva event.
Applied Systems chief product officer Anupam Gupta has explained how the business is looking to introduce AI into its product offering, but urges the industry not to get carried away.
Analysis: Harry Curtis examines the applications of algorithmic underwriting in commercial and specialty insurance, what role the approach leaves for human underwriters, and what challenges it presents.
Simon Dicks, insurance channel manager for EMEA at Lytx, explains how a first notification of risk approach allows insurers and fleet managers to be notified of potential risks well before any incident has taken place.