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Innovation expansion continues apace for Kennedys as it takes ‘virtual lawyer’ platform to Latin America
Following significant client interest, we have taken our award-winning virtual lawyer platform, KLAiM, to Latin America.
We are pleased to announce that we are partnering with University College London (UCL) to develop an emerging risk analytical tool for insurers, after securing funding from the Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Partnership.
As we move through the world, we leave in our wake a rapidly growing sea of data, tracking our every move, our every click, our every transaction, our driving, our preferences, our health, our desires. And as this store of data has grown, so algorithms to process this data have become widespread. Karim Derick explores the various ways that algorithms impact our lives.
Artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, big data and machine learning are terms that have quickly become part of the lexicon used to describe contemporary approaches to machine-enabled decision making. While these approaches have begun to have an impact on many business processes, they continue to stop well short of the more extreme claims that have been made of AI.
Verity Ross, motor claims handler for Zurich, was recently crowned winner of Claims Apprentice 2019 by Senior Partner Nick Thomas. In the below Q&A, Insurance Post and Nick caught up with Verity to discuss how she met the challenge, what the experience has taught her now and moving forward in her career.
We're bringing our ground-breaking virtual defence lawyer, KLAiM, to Australia. Using the collective knowhow of hundreds of Kennedys’ lawyers from around the globe, KLAiM allows clients to deal with litigation without needing to use a lawyer.
The penultimate episode of the new six-part video series, Claims Apprentice, in association with Insurance Post, first aired last Thursday and is available to view on our website.
Watch the fourth episode of the new six-part video series Claims Apprentice, in association with Insurance Post. In this episode the two teams are asked to devise a marketing campaign, aimed at encouraging school leavers to consider a career in insurance, that includes the use of social media and a poster/advert.
In this episode the two teams will put their debating skills to the test with one asked to defend a motion and the other to oppose it. With fifteen minutes to put across their respective views, the two teams, whose names were decided in episode one, will hope to persuade the live audience of Kennedys employees and invited guests to support their standpoint, moderated by our Head of Corporate and Public Affairs, Deborah Newberry.