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Gallagher Bassett's Hampshire: Insurtech Already Making Its Mark

Chris Hampshire, assistant vice president, Gallagher Bassett, said many insurers have stepped up their use of artificial intelligence and other new analytic services to enhance their underwriting and streamline their claims.

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