"I don't see the need for insurers to drastically reduce their employees servicing clients," said Jerry Haywood, CEO of boost.ai. "I see the focus of those employees changing from more administrative tasks to more value-add and customer retention tasks." (Credit: deagreez/Adobe Stock)

"You take those employees today and apply them differently," said Haywood, "When they [insurers] don't need to crunch data to understand the analytics and the trends that sit behind it…if that can be done with generative AI, then that claims adjuster can actually spend more around maybe the personal situation that that individual is in and allowing them to build empathy during that journey so that that customer is a customer for life."

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Ashley Hattle-Cleminshaw

Ashley Hattle-Cleminshaw serves as ALM's PropertyCasualty360 Senior Editor. She brings 10 years of experience in journalism and communications to the editorial team. Reach her by sending an e-mail to [email protected].