ZhongAn Insurance and ZhongAn Technology have released the first-ever white paper on artificial intelligence generated content (AIGC) technology and the integration of AI into the Chinese insurance sector.
The IRDAI is working to implement, by 1 August, two high-tech projects - Health Claims Exchange and Bima Sugam - to deepen insurance penetration and simplify claims procedures.
China is gearing up for another summer of scorching temperatures in 2023. Major Chinese cities have issued heat advisories warning their citizens that potentially record-breaking temperatures are set to pose a threat to electricity supply, crops, and the country's economy.
A new survey conducted by the professional services firm Deloitte has revealed that more than 40% of Gen Z and millennials have changed jobs or sectors due to climate concerns, or plan to do so in the future.
Nearly two-thirds of drivers participating in a survey in the UK were found to be worried about being able to afford timely repairs to their vehicles according to a new study by Brake, the UK road safety charity, and AXA UK.
The attorneys general (AGs) of 23 US states have sent a letter to members of the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance (NZIA), requesting documents and information relating to legal concerns brought about by their commitments to collaborate with other insurers in order to advance an activist climate agenda.
Allianz Australia says that it has published a guide on building resilience as businesses face challenges arising from new technologies and emerging property risks, including business interruption risks affecting plant, machinery and vehicles.
The Insurance Association of China (IAC) and other stakeholders have released a guideline for the inspection, testing and assessment of new-energy vehicle (NEV) batteries for insurance purposes.
Emirates airline has committed $200m to fund research and development projects focused on reducing the impact of fossil fuels in commercial aviation.
Most countries in Asia and the Pacific are insufficiently prepared to face extreme weather events and natural disasters according to a new study by the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).