In this report, Insider Intelligence will look at how three insurance players at different stages of chatbot transformation maturity—Lemonade, Zurich UK, and Future Generali India Life Insurance—are successfully deploying the tech.
Earlier this month, an Indian publication reported that Facebook was planning to launch Lasso in India by midyear. It’s currently available in the US, Mexico and Colombia. India is TikTok’s largest market worldwide; it had 120 million monthly active users there as of June 2019, according to information provided by TikTok to the Indian publication The Economic Times.
Though China is hoping to replicate its early domestic 5G success with blockchain standardization, it may quickly find itself in a similar political battle with rivals (like the EU and India) eager to set their own blockchain standards.
Amazon’s Sidewalk mesh service makes it an ISP of sorts with over 58.3 million smart home terminals, and Facebook has relentlessly sought partnerships with ISPs in countries like India while investing heavily in telecoms throughout Africa. What’s next? It’s never easy to tell with Google.
India Is Twitter’s Top Growth Market. India’s massive population and emerging digital culture is ripe territory for social media growth. In 2019, the number of Twitter users will rise 14.8% to 27.3 million, and double-digit growth is expected through 2020. Twitter’s success in India is largely due to investment in localizing its service.