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UK insurers must prepare for the post-pandemic roads | Tractable

UK insurers must prepare for the post-pandemic roads Within three weeks of the UK’s first national lockdown being imposed, there were up to 80% fewer car journeys on Britain’s roads. AA president Edmund King even said traffic volumes in Britain are “now akin to those in the early 1970s”. While numbers have picked back up since, the (mostly) consistent ‘stay-at-home’ order means many drivers have gone an entire year without getting behind the wheel. Yes, this has had positive effects on air qu

The Texas Snowstorms have highlighted the desperate need for AI in disaster recovery | Tractable

The Texas Snowstorms have highlighted the desperate need for AI in disaster recovery North America gets its fair share of snowstorms. However, Winter Storm Uri was unlike anything we’ve ever seen, leaving over 73% of the Lower 48 covered in snow. Of all the states affected, Texas was hit particularly hard, with temperatures dropping down to 3° F. That’s lower than the average temperature of Alaska at this time of year. Texas has its own power grid, meaning that when the coal, wind turbines, n

AI and claims management: what really matters? | Tractable

AI and claims management: what really matters? Artificial intelligence has come a long way since the term was first coined in 1955, it’s now well established in our day to day lives. Despite this, the public’s understanding of what it is is actually pretty limited. In 2019, a survey of over 66,800 people found that while 52% consider themselves to have ‘some knowledge’ of AI, only 10% consider themselves well educated on the matter. The study by the Mozilla Foundation showed that a lack of kno