Insurance is a growing arena for AI adoption and in many cases, automation is leading the way to streamline customer experiences and the organizational pipelines behind them along the entire customer journey.
Inevitably, this leads to the importance of ensuring security in insurance workflows – from claims to underwriting and beyond – whereby institutions don't just know their customers; they have absolute, even autonomous, trust in them.
In our first interview with FRISS Chief Strategy Officer Christan van Leeuwen, he introduced the notion of "trust automation" in insurance to the audience on Emerj's AI in Business podcast.
The functionality of trust automation relies on a workflow, like many across AI research in compliance and rules-based systems, that embodies a principle of "front-door" verification. In other words: ensuring the security of systems by "checking IDs at the door" in terms of the scrutiny of first-time users of those systems.
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