The new tech giants of 2020? "Not Google nor Facebook: Most valuable company will be an insurance company.” With a headline like that, how could you resist not reading the article? Its author, Julian Teicke, makes the case for insurers ultimately becoming dominant players in the digital world.
Ping An Launches 10 AI+ Innovative Services Ping An Insurance China announced the launch of 10 innovative services backed by the world’s leading AI technology. The services are jointly launched by the Group’s subsidiaries, including life and P&C insurance, annuity, bank, credit card, securities, Caifubao, Lufax, Puhui, Ping An Good Doctor and Ping An Technology.
Gary Lineker-backed Neos heads to Silicon Valley Six firms lead the 2017 InsurTech Trade Mission to San Francisco to raise awareness of the UK InsurTech industry. Smart home insurance provider Neos has been selected by the Department of International Trade (DIT) as one of six companies leading the 2017 InsurTech Trade Mission to San Francisco this week.
Leading Businesses Rely on Cloudera for Machine Learning to Drive IoT Innovation Cloudera, the modern platform for machine learning and analytics, optimized for the cloud, announced that more enterprises across an array of sectors are turning to Cloudera Enterprise Data Hub to power their IoT journey, generate actionable insights and as a result, disrupt their own industries.
The new frontier for insurtech The insurance industry felt the first wave of insurtech with the emergence of the internet in the 1990s when bricks-and-mortar commerce slowly made its way on to the web. At the time it seemed like a life-changing disrupter for agencies across the globe, but it was only a glimpse at what was to come.