Celent Roundtable | Emerging Technologies, Walking the Talk (Invitation only)
Has the explosion of new technologies, and the continual media hype caused you to question if these claims are exaggerated or if your peers are actually getting results? Are you thinking of investing in one of these new techniques? Wondering what others in the industry are doing? Join Celent and your fellow insurers for a private discussion centering around the business case for using new technologies, the challenges you may encounter, and the potential results. Whether you have initiatives in place or are just curious about what’s happening, this roundtable will stimulate ideas and raise common challenges.
We will examine new technologies in areas such as big data, robotics, block chain and chatbots and learn how they are (or are not) driving results. We will also explore the challenges and issues carriers face as they look to move on these new areas of potential value.
In addition to Celent analysts, the roundtable will feature speakers from the carrier community who will discuss industry trends and tell their stories. A leading venture captialist, Jonathan Kalman from Eos Venture Partners, will offer insights on how to vet new technologies. We will provide the industry insights while you and your peers will provide the real life experiences in an informal setting where networking will be easy and comfortable. Join us as we take a walk in our customer’s shoes.
Topics on the agenda include:
- Five Ways Venture Capitalists Think Differently Than You
- Artificial Intelligence, Analytics and Data Science
- Chat Bots and Virtual Assistants (aka Alexa and friends)
- What’s The State of Play With Blockchain?
- Accessorizing Your Core System with Emerging Technologies
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This exclusive, invitation only event is part of a series of targeted roundtables offered by Celent's Insurance Practice. Capitalizing on Celent’s position as thought leader, these private, closed-door sessions provide a confidential environment to allow participants to engage openly.
Pre-registration is required. To attend, or if you have any questions, please contact Ed Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Chuck Smith at email@example.com.