Artificial intelligence (AI)

Q&A: Roi Amir, Sprout AI

Frances Stebbing speaks to Roi Amir, CEO of Sprout AI about how insurers can rebuild policy holders trust in artificial intelligence and why insurers need to bring customers along for the digital transformation journey.

Q&A: Waseem Malik, Aviva

Aviva’s chief claims officer Waseem Malik spoke to Insurance Post about the evolution of claims roles, the progress of Aviva's digital transformation, and emerging trends in fraud.

And the insurance Oscar goes to...

Ahead of the 96th Academy Awards, better known as the Oscars, Alex Nicoll, UK head of media and entertainment at Sedgwick, considers how the ceremony will shine a spotlight on the incredible potential of virtual production and serve as a reminder of the…

Is technology the solution to underinsurance?

Rebecca Fuller, managing director and global fixed asset advisory services leader at risk advisory firm Kroll, explains why without technology insurers and brokers haven't got a hope in hell of knowing whether a property is underinsured.

Zywave on how cybercriminals are weaponising AI

Jim Blinn, vice president of client solutions at Zywave, explains what artificial intelligence unknowns lay ahead in 2024 and what businesses can do to protect themselves against incoming cyber attacks.

Top five risks that will affect claims in 2024

The use of artificial intelligence, a changing geopolitical landscape and climate change were revealed to be among the top priority concerns that UK insurers will increasingly have to tackle.

Q&A: Hannah Tindal, Allianz

Hannah Tindal, Allianz’s head of directors and officers in London, talks about how the insurer is dealing with risks highlighted by the Allianz Risk Barometer from a liability perspective.

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