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Zesty.ai: Future of Wildfire Risk Mitigation Is Property Specific

To help mitigate wildfire risks, insurers can use artificial intelligence to drill down to individual properties, said Attila Toth, founder, Zesty.ai (Aug. 6, 2021).

Aug. 6, 2021

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