The idea that some roles in the re/insurance industry could be replaced by robots or, more specifically, artificial intelligence (AI) systems, appears to have become a reality this week with the allegation that Japanese insurer Fukoku Mutual Life Insurance will replace more than 30 employees with an AI system.
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Fukoku Mutual Life Insurance, Job losses, Artificial intelligence, AI, PWC, Japan, Asia-Pacific