Human and Artificial Intelligence
Daniel Schreiber + AI Reinventing the Insurance Industry
The insurance industry is being massively disrupted. Come learn how Lemonade CEO Daniel Schreiber turned an idea from a conversation with Peter into a public company worth $3 billion. Daniel is a personal friend of Peter, and he came up with the original concept for Lemonade during a conversation with Peter at Singularity University. Since then, he’s used exponential technology to disrupt the insurance industry and take Lemonade public. Lemonade is financially backed by Softbank, and uses AI and the crowd to reinvent traditional insurance processes. With Lemonade, there's no in-person pitch when you're looking to have your purchased or rented home covered for liabilities. An approximate two-minute interaction with Maya -- an artificial intelligence chatbot, available on their website or smartphone app -- is all it takes to get you squared away with a quote for renters’ or homeowners’ insurance. Claims are also initially, and sometimes completely, handled by Jim, an alternative AI chatbot.
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