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Peter Diamandis and Dan Sullivan discuss how exponential technologies are creating massive opportunities for entrepreneurs all over the world and the impact of hyperconnectivity on global innovation.
English
United States
59 episodes
since Jun, 2015

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Peter and Dan discuss the disintermediation of the insurance industry, and specifically how AI will disrupt the middleman in all industries.     In this episode: Peter and Dan talk about using technology to gather and evaluate increasingly more data. When will tech companies who know the most about you enter the insurance industry? Peter gives his view of the future of health insurance, where big data is so personalized that you will only pay for your exact needs instead of covering the masses. Peter and Dan discuss a range of ideas: what happens to life insurance when you live 30 extra years? What becomes of auto insurance when autonomous cars don’t have accidents?
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