In tech news:

AIG, the No. 3 U.S. workers’ compensation insurer by market share, announced that it has made a strategic investment in Human Condition Safety (HCS), an early-stage technology startup company developing wearable devices, analytics and systems for use at worksites. HCS, part of a larger technology invention research organization and lab called Human Condition Global, is creating technology designed to help workers, their managers, and worksite owners prevent injuries before they happen. According to an AIG press release, the new tools will incorporate wearable devices, artificial intelligence, building information modeling, and cloud computing, and focus on the industries that hold the highest risk for workers, including manufacturing, energy, warehousing and distribution and construction.

Read the AIG release here. Read further coverage from Insurance Journal here.

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