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Kennedys’ two-year collaboration with the University of Manchester has reached a successful conclusion with the implementation of next-generation fraud prevention software contributing to significant new revenues for Kennedys’ UK business.
Track and Trace – Why we must maintain a laser-like focus when it comes to processing and protecting data
The use of technology and artificial intelligence (AI) has been thrown into even sharper focus since the advent of covid-19 as governments across the globe seek to utilise all tools available to fight the pandemic.
Commentators in the claims space have begun to use this analogy to describe lockdown and the tidal wave of claims that may follow.
Kennedys IQ’s Karim Derrick looks at technology and the containment of COVID-19, particularly in South Korea, China and the UK.
We are very pleased to formally announce the arrival of Kimberley Davies to the role of Commercial Development Manager.
In the last 7 days life has changed dramatically all around the world. Whilst governments are busy building plans to protect the public and the economy in the face of this unprecedented health crisis, many businesses have found themselves caught underprepared for the majority of the workforce working from home.
Earlier this week Kennedys won ‘Best New Solutions for Clients’ and the overall ‘Best in Theme’ awards at the Managing Partners’ Forum Awards.
The UK government has confirmed that the implementation of its proposed ‘whiplash portal’ will be pushed back to 1 August this year – a move that confirms Kennedys’ long held belief that the reforms would need to be delayed.
We are thrilled to confirm the launch of Kennedys IQ, a technology-driven company whose purpose is to be “Kennedys, without the lawyers”.
There can be no denying that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has already changed the way we live today. Whether it’s predicting what we might like to buy on Amazon or creating tailored fitness programmes to put us through our paces, an AI enabled future is already here.