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“A machine can build a bias without us knowing it. I mean, you feed it enough data, you can tell it to ignore racial profiles, but you never know how the machine does it.”
Driverless car regulations are on the way that will bring about big changes in the insurance industry.
New cyber model platforms will help insurers better manage aggregation risk within their books of business.
That property in the foothills may look enticing, but climate change is driving an increasing occurrence of mudslides.
Risk managers share their experiences selecting RMIS systems and leveraging their full potential.
A shrinking insurance market drives interest in captive solutions for the transportation industry.
A new report helps insurers — and regulators — benchmark progress on climate change preparedness.
Palo Alto-based The Risk Authority Stanford is incubating risk management solutions using design thinking; that means elevating end users into key roles in addressing health care risk exposures.
The losses in commercial auto are disturbing but analytics provides answers.
Predictive analytics models are useless if their implementation lacks the necessary resources.
Hailstorms present a growing threat, but insurers can minimize losses by studying storm data.
Insurance companies and purchasers should prepare for artificial intelligence to become a reality within a decade or three.
FEMA’s recent flood map exempted about 60,000 homeowners in New Orleans from required NFIP coverage. Will private insurers step in to offer protection?
The race is on to develop a CAT bond-like vehicle that could build an extra layer of protection against cyber threats.
When self-driving vehicles meet the sharing economy, numerous industries will need to brace for change; insurance among them.
A new Deloitte report finds internal audit functions fall short of stakeholder demands.
Assessing the value of automated loss runs as a way to increase underwriting efficiency.
Can insurance innovate by adding a location component to data?
Regardless of what form data takes, data is and will be the engine that drives market forces now and in the future.
Start-ups and established insurers are focusing on online, direct sales of insurance to small and medium-sized businesses.
Improved analysis underpins coverage to smooth the intermittent nature of wind, hydro, and even solar power