Insurance executives who wonder if artificial intelligence should be a top priority for their company might want to consider the following:
Blockchain is still evolving, lacking in the basic enterprise technology adoption hygiene that is needed to build real use cases.
With the rise of artificial intelligence, our definitions of certain technological processes are increasingly important.
Advances in big data analytics, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things promise to fundamentally transform the insurance industry and the role data plays in insurance.
AI, as the term is most often used today is, simply put, the theory and practice of building machines capable of performing tasks that seem to require intelligence. Currently, cutting-edge technologies striving to make this a reality include machine learning, artificial neural networks and deep learning.
Yesterday February 15th, RGI organized “Lunch with RGI – IDD Takeaways” event in RGI Academy in Milan.
The big international companies increasingly use the new technologies based on artificial intelligence, as these can evolve the interaction among the service providers and the users. An example can be on online virtual assistant who speaks with users in all languages and adapt to their “style” and demands.
Few years ago, digitization was the new frontier of business and it was identified with a generic renewal of IT systems. Over time, the buzzword “Digital” has become concrete and now we refer to a real transformation of a company with new models in business and organization.