There is a long list of skills that have become obsolete as a result of technology: setting type for a newspaper, or ploughing a straight line with a tractor. Yet when they come to rebuild Notre Dame, a mixture of old craftsmanship and new technology will be called for.
Into which category will insurance brokers fall? Obsolete? Or adapting to the future?
The more intelligent machines become, the more they can do for us. Insurers are discovering this very quickly and are driving more business
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