The article starts enticingly: "$406 billion of insurance premiums generating by emerging insurtech services by 2023"

"Wow", you think. "We're really changing the world".

Then you get to the next line: "The current level is $187 billion"....

So, the expectation is that in the next five years, despite EVERYTHING, they estimate little more than a doubling of premiums? 

Is this a case of not visualising the future well, or having a somewhat different view of what has driven the rise to $187b than most use of the term 'insurtech'?

If someone gets past this frustrating opening line and reads the whole report maybe they can tell us.