Hawaii Insurance Commissioner Gordon Ito Discusses NAIC and State Insurance Supervisors' Work on AI at OECD-OJK Roundtable
Hawaii Insurance Commissioner Gordon Ito participated in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) - Indonesian Financial Services Authority (OJK) Roundtable on Leveraging Technology for Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction in Insurance on Dec. 14-15.
On Dec. 14, Commissioner Ito discussed the NAIC and state supervisors’ efforts in developing rules around Artificial Intelligence (AI) during a panel on “Addressing Emerging Risks from Technology Adoption,” including topics such as ongoing surveys on the use of AI, the recently approved Model Bulletin on the Use of Artificial Intelligence Systems by Insurers, development of privacy protection rules, and the use of suptech, among others.
Commissioner Ito joined a regulator-only session on Dec. 15 to discuss some of the key tech issues facing regulators, especially in emerging Asian countries.
(Top: Hawaii Insurance Commissioner Gordon Ito speaks during the OECD-OJK Roundtable on Leveraging Technology for Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction in Insurance.)
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