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12 Nov 2019
Swiss Re Group
Content Type: Blog
There are estimates that say people create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data daily. That's 18 zeroes. So with each swipe, click, ...
By Daisy Ning, Head Life & Health Products Asia, Life & Health Products
31 Oct 2018
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Article
Touching the void: insuring intangible assets Taxi companies without cars, holiday rentals without property portfolios, and ...
26 Oct 2016
Drones cannot take to the air unless permitted to do so. The Swiss authorities are currently seeking to create a legal framework ...
10 Jun 2017
Recent advances in technology are re-shaping insurance but full-scale disruption of incumbents seems unlikely, at least in the ...
Insurance in the age of drones - The regulator Drones cannot take to the air unless permitted to do so. The Swiss authorities are ...
31 Jan 2020
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Video
#AMLD2020 – Highlights "AI & Resilience" Get a taste of our involvement in the Applied Machine Learning Days (#AMLD2020) before ...
21 Dec 2016
A new longitudinal source of health data and facial analytics Yet, there may be another, simpler means of ascertaining the ...
26 Jan 2017
For much of the past year, Swiss Re has been working on proving if blockchain technology could be viable for the insurance industry.
30 Jan 2018
There is a stage among businesses termed the success trap. Companies, leading their fields for decades, have either died or come ...
02 Jul 2019
Michael Davies – The moment that forces change will come and when it does, it will do so suddenly. Michael Davies shares his view ...