ITIJ Top Stories: 7 December 2018

Here is a round-up of the latest news from ITIJ over the past 7 days to keep you up to date with developments affecting the global travel and health insurance industry.

An AI-powered anti-fraud database has been set up by the Hong Kong Federation of Insurers; 87% of Americans would be happy to talk to a chatbot to enhance their digital travel booking experience; top UK executives feel commercial claims are often denied due to insurers being ‘difficult’; measles cases are on the rise due to vaccination gaps, says the WHO; and international law firm Clyde & Co. reports on climate change risk for businesses.

For more on these stories, read the full articles here:

Travellers want help from chatbots

Are insurers 'being difficult?

Measles making a comeback

HKFI launches anti-fraud AI database

Clyde & Co examines climate risk

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