So the tagline is possibly a little bit dramatic, and might make you think about 'I Robot' or 'The Terminator' with robots taking over the world - but let me refer to the original intent of robotics/technology alluded to in both movies: that it is there to serve society. 

Chris Brycki and Stockspot are seeking to eliminate the bias and emotion that can cause bad decisions, and in my opinion robo-brokers in the insurance sector will be equally valuable, reducing human error and providing a more transparent unbiased service.

I will reiterate that I am not dismissing human interaction in the insurance process, and certainly the intermediary will ever be of value, particularly on large, diversified, complex transactions. However, striking a balance with technology that frees up the experts to do what they're best at has got to be beneficial to all parties...?