Expert systems in demand despite uneven past

May, Kenneth M.
August 1994
National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;8/8/94, Vol. 98 Issue 32, p8
Reports that expert systems are still the desired technologies in the insurance industry amid their failures in the past. Failures resulting in no code or software program; Requirement of exceptional development effort; Realization of the lack and necessity for systems integration and data sharing.


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