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XL Catlin’s McGinley: Trucking Highlights the Promise and Pain of Artificial Intelligence

Alexander McGinley, senior vice president, marine, North America, XL Catlin, said automated truck driving could be less than a decade away. That will change commercial underwriting and slash the number of driving jobs.
May 14, 2018

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