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Swiss Re's Ryan: Sensor Tech Changes Insurance Paradigm

Daniel Ryan, Managing Director and Head Insurance Risk Research, Swiss Re Institute, said the explosive growth of sensor technology means that insurers and reinsurers will increasingly be in the business of detecting and preventing risk.

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