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Insurance Al and Innovative Tech USA 2020

12-13 May 2020

Chicago, USA

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As our lives become hyper-connected and customer expectations increase, the imperative on insurance carriers to deliver automated services with a 360° customer view is increasing. It is also now undeniable that AI, machine learning and innovation are the only means through which insurance carriers will be able to meet customer demands at scale, whilst remaining efficient and profitable.

Insurance AI and Innovative Tech USA 2020 (May 12– 13, Chicago) is the only forum uniting innovation and business unit executives to explore how leveraging technologies such as AI, IoT and blockchain can help create valuable, relevant insurance products and services, delivered with a seamless experience.


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