ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPLIED TO RISK MANAGEMENT

October 25, 2019

Artificial Intelligence or AI is portrayed as the next super-power. It is the only technology that we treat as human. We credit it with the skills that people have. Every day we hear how AI is at the forefront of innovation and is on its way to change fundamentally our everyday lives, both in the private and professional spheres.The extent of opportunities, affected industries and possible uses seem unlimited. The development of this technology combined with the ever-increasing amount of data available – which plays a key role – seems to be driving a new AI era. Risk management will not be excluded.

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Swisscom is Switzerland’s leading telecom provider with its headquarters in Ittigen, close to the capital city, Berne. With over 20,000 employees it generated turnover of CHF 11‘678 Mio. in 2015. Swisscom is one of the most sustainable companies in Switzerland and Europe. Swisscom employs more than 17,000 staff at locations throughout Switzerland, around 1,000 of whom are apprentices. Around one in three have direct daily contact with customers, either in sales or customer service departments. Swisscom offers its staff excellent working conditions within the framework of a collective labour agreement.

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