Japanese insurance company will drop 90% of tasks on AI to keep jobs for people

Beginning with   2018 Japanese insurance Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance will transfer 90% of administrative work to   the care of AI. At the same time, employees who were left without work   will be dismissed, and   retrain in   sellers.

Japanese insurance company will drop 90% of tasks on AI to keep jobs for people

Beginning with   2018 Japanese insurance Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance will transfer 90% of administrative work to   the care of AI. At the same time, employees who were left without work   will be dismissed, and   retrain in   sellers.

The company will use AI algorithms   for the solution of everyday tasks. AT   their   number includes the processing of insurance applications, sorting letters, responding to   customers and   other administrative tasks. Thus Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance wants to make it easier for its employees, because AI   will take on   yourself a fifth of the work.

AT   At the moment about 15 thousand employees of Mitsui Sumitomo are retrained to work in the   other departments. In addition to sales, you can go to work in   department for   settlement of complaints or go to develop new insurance programs or go to   any other department where   the foot of AI set foot.

Another interesting   Japan: in   then   time when more companies with   ease and   cynicism is replaced by living people by robots, the rescue hand extended that from   who were least expected. AND   It is clear that the motives of the company are more   profits, such initiatives deserve attention.

Source: Nikkei

Read in Russian: Японская страховая компания сбросит 90% задач на ИИ, чтобы сохранить рабочие места для людей

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