NCCI also found that once a company starts going down the path of tech-powered safety programs they are more likely to adopt future technologies, subject to cost implications. Credit: aicandy/Adobe Stock NCCI also found that once a company starts going down the path of tech-powered safety programs they are more likely to adopt future technologies, subject to cost implications. Credit: aicandy/Adobe Stock

While artificial intelligence, wearable tech and exoskeletons are not yet commonplace at every worksite, it is a very real possibility that these technologies, and a host of other emerging ones, will play critical roles in the future of work safety and workers' compensation.

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Steve Hallo

Steve Hallo is managing editor of PropertyCasualty360.com. He can be reached at [email protected]