This article examines how data that is not easily accessed by traditional means, such as documents, notes, and other internal and external sources, can be leveraged to generate valuable insights. Such data, which flows naturally within an enterprise but is not fully accessible to systems because of the way the information is expressed, is referred to as “dark data.” This article aims to help readers identify patterns of dark data sources. It also provides a framework for leveraging artificial intelligence and analytics to generate insights where such patterns are found.
When it comes to fast-paced technology, our dreams can seemingly come true, as odds are that progress will continue to surge even faster. With this in mind, insurance professionals may wish to think about their own technology wish lists, for ample opportunities now exist for creating technologies and devices that may have been considered fantastical just a few years ago. The entire industry can benefit from some of the latest advancements in technology. These technologies may not only make things more efficient for insurers but also make the world a better and safer place.
Applications of Augmented Reality
Augmented reality (AR) is a craze that seems to have captivated everyone, from the young to the well-experienced. For many, video games come to mind when AR is mentioned. But the craze extends into the commercial industry and includes items from technology applications (apps) to technological accessories or hardware devices.