Mitchell Addresses AI at Property and Casualty Conference

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Nov. 21, 2017—Mitchell's annual Property and Casualty Conference in October focused on artificial intelligence. 

There were breakout sessions focusing on how Mitchell is incorporating AI technologies like computer vision and machine learning into their products to deliver better business outcomes to their customers.

Presentations and discussions also addressed how physical damage data gathered at first notice of loss may support better bodily injury outcomes, the importance of correct, safe vehicle repair, the move toward value-based healthcare, and the use of medical marijuana as an alternative to opioids.

In an important announcement to their auto physical damage and collision repair customers, Mitchell also expressed their commitment to an open standards and toll-free approach to data exchange via Program Freedom, an initiative to deliver an alternative to closed, proprietary platforms for collision repair and auto claim industries.

A key feature of this year’s conference was the first annual Mitchell mPower Awards. Mitchell honored customers ICW Group Insurance Companies and Texas Farm Bureau for delivering better outcomes through innovative technology or business transformations.

Another highlight of the conference was the launch of Mitchell’s mPower website, Mitchell’s new resource for technology trends, industry insights and expert opinions.

The site provides a central resource for insights into the latest information on technology and market trends in the Property & Casualty and Collision Repair industry.

The conference also included the annual (m)Community Networking Reception, an opportunity for attendees to connect with each other while giving back to the local community. This year’s event aided the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.

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