The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation paper discusses potential use of AI across insurance profession
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has backed a report that argues the insurance sector must engage with the public to reach a consensus on what constitutes the responsible use of artificial intelligence (AI) and data. The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation paper, AI and Personal Insurance, discussed the potential use of AI across the insurance profession and how it should be used. It suggested the sector should engage with the public to reach an agreement on what constitutes a responsible...
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