Technological developments in computer tools, as well as the constant improvement of their capacities for capturing, reproducing and analyzing data, have enabled the advent of a digital era. Putting the world into data goes hand in hand with processing it using big data technologies.
From the scientific revolutions of the last decades stem various technological and social transformations, which largely influence lifestyles and economic models. Insurers are already relying on these technical advances based on computerization, increased computing power and information storage. It is important to lift the veil on what artificial intelligence is. Initiated in the 1950s, it knows different use cases in the insurance sector. What are its contributions and the changes that artificial intelligence systems could imprint on insurance organisations? InsurTechs, which combine technological mastery with the concern to meet the expectations of the professional sector and policyholders, have an important role to play by providing services to insurance organizations or creating new innovative models.
To dissipate uncertainties, scientific clarification of the concept of artificial intelligence is necessary to demystify it, understand how it works and measure the issues. Debates are emerging on the protection of individuals against automated decisions and the preservation of personal data of customers and prospects. The European Union plans to regulate artificial intelligence systems (draft published in April 2021).
Reflection on the use of artificial intelligence techniques within insurance organizations requires the implementation of a data governance policy. Joint work between the various operational managers, the data manager of the company or the mutual insurance company and the personal data protection officer is essential. The digital transformation, often mentioned in the insurance sector with the remote distribution of contracts, finds here an important axis of development. The concerns raised by the implementation of artificial intelligence systems should be carefully examined, particularly with regard to compensation for bodily injury based on decision support tools equipped with artificial intelligence.
Organized by Mrs. Céline BÉGUIN-FAYNEL, Lecturer in private law, this conference will focus on technical advances based on computerization, the increase in computing power, information storage in insurance but also data preservation. personal.
In person, you also have the possibility of attending the event via the ZOOM software (on request after registration on the dedicated site).
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Colloquium from 1:45 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.
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