How do people relate to money? To find out, ReD Associates spent several days with 32 different families across the US and the UK. The key findings – that people really feel uncomfortable with money, and especially with the relationship between their everyday activities and the bigger future picture, the slow money, is an exciting foundation for new tools and solutions.
Soon, AI will be found in every job, in every profession, in every industry around the world. When machines do everything, lots of people wonder “What will we do?” That’s why Cognizant now proposes a list of new jobs that will emerge in our report 21 Jobs of the Future. A Guide to Getting – and Staying – Employed Over the Next 10 Years.
Insurance companies face tremendous pressure to reduce costs and invest more on strategic initiatives to increase revenue. Digitization is key for remaining on the frontline – learn how others have met the challenges through disruptive technologies.
What happens when algorithms and analytics are blended with the human abilities? Can technology actually augment the work we perform? What will work even look like in ten years’ time, when about 35% of current jobs in the UK are at risk of computerization? This, and many other things, were discussed during Cognizant Connect in Oslo.
As consumers increasingly rely on intelligent devices – home security systems, connected cars, fitness bands, patient monitoring systems and more – businesses must ensure the robustness of their digital solutions, both on a standalone basis as well as how these solutions interact with other devices, apps and systems.
The process of paying bills and accessing short-term money has become nearly frictionless. More complex financial matters, such as managing pensions and investments, still leave many consumers feeling anxious and frustrated, according to a survey of 3,000 people in the U.S. and the UK, conducted by ReD Associates.
Cognitive computing is emerging from the shadows and rapidly impacting our professional and personal lives. Some insurance companies are already exploring the utility of chatbots and smart advisors to provide the right suggestions to their customers. Learn how to get started.
Blockchain is poised to rewrite the rules of competition in the insurance industry by streamlining operations, enabling data to be shared seamlessly with external stakeholders, and disrupting traditional business models and intermediaries. Here, we’ve gathered key findings from the report Blockchain in Insurance: Risk Not, Reap Not, a report based on a global survey with 526 insurance professionals.