Without doubt, Amazon's A.I. assistant Alexa was the star of this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017).
Is now the perfect time for the insurance industry to get up to speed, rethink product approaches, and usher in solutions suitable to mitigate 21st-century cyber risk for…
Now is the time for smart devices comprising the Internet of Things to drive smart insurance products.
A review of current smart home trends, challenges, and applications — and their implications for the insurance industry.
Technological advances usher in a new generation of auto-usage based insurance (UBI) capabilities.
Penetration of smart home systems in North American households will reach 16 percent by 2017, presenting opportunities for insurers to capitalize on data.
Automakers predict self-driving cars and other leading-edge automotive technologies will prevent serious injury and death from crashes.
Verisk's David Cummings and Mike Paterson and Canary's Lauren Vingiano reflect on homeowners telematics, impact on insurers, at roundtable sponsored by CAS.
Smart technologies are affecting homeowner exposure to theft, fire, and water damage and may help reduce losses for residential property insurers.
A panel discussion explores whether UBI can actually change a driver’s behavior and the challenges around developing the most effective feedback methods.
Telematics data is powering the usage-based (UBI) auto insurance revolution by helping insurers better understand driver behaviors before they quote.
As technology for self-driving cars advances, how will the auto insurance industry respond?