The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research has named Harbor.ai’s CEO, Paul Gaglioti III, a difference maker in today’s insurance and risk management landscape.
Since early in his career, Paul has capitalized on his entrepreneurial bent and is now using connect consumers and brokers to carriers through a revolutionary online insurance marketplace. As Paul notes, “Adaptive technology is one of those things that doesn’t exist until it does. You don’t know you need a smartphone until you can visually see it in your hand and watch it work.” The insurance industry is ripe for modernization and Harbor.ai is staging to make its mark.
Harbor.ai is an Artificial Intelligence InsurTech software startup.We are an exchange for commercial insurance, using artificial intelligence to bring together customers, retail and wholesale brokers, and insurance companies.We currently work with over 20 major insurance companies to streamline the issuance and management of commercial insurance — a multi-trillion dollar global industry.We were recently named to the “Hot 100” by Intelligent Insurer Magazine, and are rapidly growing.
Harbor.ai uses artificial intelligence in several ways:
We use machine learning to create prediction and recommendation models. This allows finding the best match for the risks of a commercial customer to the policies that cover those risks from insurance providers.
We use logic and inference in a reasoning process to understand the insurance needs of a company, acquire and utilize relevant data, and determine if insurance policy requirements are met via underwriting.
We create a Risk Knowledge Graph to capture knowledge about businesses, the sources of commercial risk, and risk coverage options found in insurance policies.
Our A.I. Agents interact with customers, brokers, and insurance providers in real-time, streamlining the flow of information.
We are seeking a project-based/part-time consultant focusing on logic programming.
The ideal candidate would be in the Greater New York City area and be available for occasional on-site meetings in our offices in Lower Manhattan, but the majority of the work can be remote.