System can match human outcomes when identifying pertinent information for health records
Pacific Life Re and UnderwriteMe are collaborating with the University of Manchester for the development of a text mining and machine-learning underwriting process. In partnership with the National Centre of Text Mining (NaCTem), the project will develop a system for reading unstructured medical and textural data, such as doctors' reports on life and health insurance applications and claimants. The system has so far progressed to match human outcomes when identifying pertinent information from...
Symptoms, diagnoses, drugs, fertility information
From ‘money takers’ to ‘health helpers’?
5.4 million 'microbusinesses' in the UK in 2018
Backed by Swiss Re
Asks Alan Lakey