Dawning awareness of the scale and severity of financial risks posed by artificial intelligence (AI) means that, in the next few years, London market underwriters will need to review their policies in a search for hidden AI exposure, according to law firm Clyde & Co.
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London market, Clyde & Co, Artificial intelligence, Cyber exposures, UK