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Dr Benno Keller of The Geneva Association shares findings from their new report “Big data and Insurance: Implications for Innovation, Competition and Privacy’”which aims to contribute to an informed and fact-based regulatory debate on access to and use of data in insurance.
View from India
The Indian insurance broking business has been a substantial contributor to the growth of the country’s insurance industry. With artificial intelligence, digitalisation and web-aggregators likely to pose a tough competition to the brokers, the new IRDAI (Insurance Brokers) Regulations 2018 does attempt to create a level playing field.
All eyes are on the government for more liberalisation updates post AIR’s 2nd Myanmar Insurance Summit in Yangon last month where delegates and speakers highlighted their wishlists to the regulator.
To see if wellness applications, mobiles and wearable devices improve the user’s health, Ms Mandy Luo of ReMark looks at Umanlife, a health and wellness application provider based in France, which analysed more than 6 million tracking data points from its 25,000 French users over a period of five years.