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2018

October

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  • An A.I. (artificial intelligence) glossary. The last six years have witnessed breakthroughs in everything from self-driving cars to algorithms that can detect diseases, and social networks like Twitter that rely on “artificial intelligence” (A.I.) to determine what
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  • What you need to know for smooth flying. If you’re planning a plane trip in the near future you should know your rights. Here are the basics, as detailed in a report published Oct. 2 by the nonprofit Consumer Action, information from
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  • Hurricane Michael prompts Freddic Mac to issue relief policies. In areas where the Federal Emergency Management Agency has yet to make individual assistance available, mortgage servicers are encouraged to leverage Freddie Mac’s short-term forbearance programs for those affected by the hurricane, according
  • Travelers teams up with Amazon to sell home security kits. Travelers, one of the country's largest insurance companies, announced that it had launched an Amazon storefront where its customers can buy discounted home security equipment. The security kits can include cameras, motion detectors, water
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September

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  • An insurance company wants your Fitbit data. Life insurance company John Hancock made a splash last week with the news that soon all of its policies would come bundled with the option to let the company track your fitness -- via either
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  • How to get your financial house in order before you die. Life insurance payouts all too often go unclaimed because beneficiaries aren't aware of the policies, according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, which established a search tool to help consumers find lost life

August

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