AI in Insurance: How to Automate Insurance Claim Processing with Machine Learning

Live webinar - Thursday, September 3rd, 2020

11:00 am - 11:45 am EST

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About the webinar

Insurance companies are looking at technology to solve complexity created by the presence of cumbersome processes and the presence of multiple entities like actuaries, support teams, and customers in the claim processing cycle.

Today, a lot of insurance companies are opting for Machine Learning to simplify and automate the processes to reduce fraudulent claims, predict underwriting risks, improve customer relationship management. This automated insurance claim process can remove excessive human intervention or manual errors and can report the claim, capture damage, update the system, and communicate with the customers by itself. This leads to an effortless process enabling clients to file their claims without much hassle.

In this webinar, we will discuss how insurers are increasingly relying on machine learning to improve claim processing efficiency and increase ROI.

What you will learn

Deep dive into how insurance companies are adopting AI

Discuss prominent industry use cases

Live demo of vehicle damage assessment for insurance claims management

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Speaker(s) & Panelist(s):

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Bikash Kumar Sharma

Chief Technology Officer at Skyl.ai

CTO & Software Architect with close to 15 years of experience whose passion lies in building great products while enabling others to perform their roles more effectively. Lead at the forefront of innovative projects, building future tech using Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

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Mohit Juneja

Solutions Architect

Technology enthusiast with 13+ years of experience working in the information technology and services industry. Leads cutting-edge solutions for businesses using Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

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Shruti Tanwar

Lead - Data Science

Extensive experience working at the forefront of innovative projects, building future tech using Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.