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XL Catlin’s Jarek Klimczak argues that as technology develops, marine risk engineers will have to become more versatile and technologically astute - expertise in automation/robotics, cybersecurity, asset tracking, advanced materials and building/ship design and construction will become more important.
Cities in Asia Pacific are getting smarter, but they must be ready for the cyber security risks that accompany the growing adoption of tech-enabled real estate and infrastructure, according to the Clicks and Mortar: The Growing Influence of Proptech study by real estate services company JLL and start-up community Tech in Asia.
The widespread implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) applications brings many advantages for businesses, such as increased efficiencies, fewer repetitive tasks and better customer experiences. However, in the wrong hands, the potential threats could easily counterbalance the huge benefits, as AI is vulnerable to risks especially cyber, said Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty’s (AGCS) The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: Future Outlook and Emerging Risks report.