The insurance workforce is aging and replacing those employees as they exit the workforce will not be an easy task. At the same time, AI is not the same as it was even five years ago. The economics have substantially improved, and the technology has matured significantly. Investment is also on the rise from, accelerating the technologies capabilities of harnessing claims data and improving the insurance underwriting process. Insurtechs that leverage AI, machine learning, and related technologies as their primary technology source raised 20% more investment each year (CAGR) from 2015-2020. While many insurers surveyed say that AI is a top priority for them, less than half say their organizations are advanced with these technologies. When you add it altogether, the picture is clear, the window is now to gain a competitive advantage through AI adoption.