Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (EX) Working Group
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- Climate and Resiliency (EX) Task Force
- Financial Stability (EX) Task Force
- Liquidity Assessment (EX) Subgroup
- Government Relations (EX) Leadership Council
- Innovation and Technology (EX) Task Force
- Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (EX) Working Group
- Speed to Market (EX) Working Group
- Long-Term Care Insurance (EX) Task Force
- Long-Term Care Insurance Financial Solvency (EX) Subgroup
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2021 Adopted Charges:
The Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (EX) Working Group will:
- Research the use of big data and artificial intelligence (AI) in the business of insurance and evaluate existing regulatory frameworks for overseeing and monitoring their use. Present findings and recommend next steps, if any, to the Innovation and Technology (EX) Task Force and which may include model governance for the use of big data and AI for the insurance industry.
- Review current audit and certification programs and/or frameworks that could be used to oversee insurers’ use of consumer and non-insurance data and models using intelligent algorithms, including AI. If appropriate, recommend to and coordinate with the appropriate subject matter expert (SME) committees on development of modifications to model laws and/or regulations and regulatory guidance and/or handbooks regarding marketing, rating, underwriting and claims, regulation of data vendors and brokers, regulatory reporting requirements, and consumer disclosure requirements.
- Assess data needs and required tools for state insurance regulators to appropriately monitor the marketplace, and evaluate the use of big data and intelligent algorithms, including AI in underwriting, rating, claims and marketing practices. This assessment shall include gaining a better understanding of currently available data and tools, as well as recommendations for additional data and tools, as appropriate. Based on this assessment, propose a means to include these tools into existing and/or new regulatory oversight and monitoring processes.
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