Artificial Intelligence

In recent years, the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and the insurance market has witnessed a transformative wave, fuelling improvements in data processing, driving up the efficiency of analysis and enhancing predictive power. As insurers navigate an era of unprecedented data availability, AI emerges as a potent catalyst, enabling the industry to unlock new possibilities and address age-old challenges; the infusion of AI technologies promises to revolutionise the insurance sector, fostering innovation, accuracy and agility in an ever-evolving market.

Artificial Intelligence and the Lloyd's actuary white paper

AI is widely believed to enhance and optimise processes across various industries. In the insurance sector, active discussions occur among different functions and roles to explore the potential benefits it could bring to their future work.

Click here for a snapshot into the realm of AI's applicability within the Actuarial space and the associated risks with this thought leadership piece/whitepaper.

Authored by our Head of Actuarial & Exposure Management, Sanjiv Sharma.

12 February 2024



AI Regulatory Developments - Understanding the Obligations and Risks

AI/large language model (LLM) technology is perhaps the greatest operational change in recent industry memory. In this blog, our Legal Trainee Thomas Singleton explores obligations and risks associated with new AI Regulatory Developments.

Read the full blog here.

12 February 2024


LMA Response to PRA and FCA Consultation Paper

We have reviewed and obtained the views of our members for the FCA and PRA’s Discussion Paper DP22/4 on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning which was published in October 2022. DP5/22 aims to understand how AI may affect the prudential and conduct supervision of financial services firms.

LMA Response to PRA and FCA AI and Machine Learning  

All consultation responses by our Legal and Regulatory team can be found via the Consultation Responses page.

10 February 2024


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