Ethical Use of Artificial Intelligence for Actuariesalso businesses and the general public. Some primary sources of AI risks include the following: • ... inappropriately to perform a criminal act. The third is direct liability, and this requires both an action and ...
Description: The scope of this paper is to provide a technical overview of the tools and disciplines currently in AI as well as the forces at work that financial institutions such as insurance companies are using to modernize their analytical processes.Hide
- Authors: Neil Raden
- Date: Sep 2019
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Professional Values
- Topics: Actuarial Profession
Session 051: Actuarial Innovation and Technologyclosely follow federal law. The Sherman Act, is the primary U.S. antitrust law pertaining to association activities ... Healthcare • Complex interactions for patient care • Multiple sources of data • Machine learning ...
Description: The SOA launched the Actuarial Innovation & Technology Strategic Research Program earlier this year, focusing on projects in which technology is being used in actuarial work. The presenters will highlight reports from the program including a review of the Top Actuarial Technologies of 2019, the growing use of cloud computing and its impact on furthering and deepening actuarial analyses, and the growing innovative approaches using non-traditional data sources for risk selection and segmentation and its intersection with industry regulation. An overview of this new SOA research initiative and key findings from recently released reports will be covered.Hide
- Authors: Jonathan Bruce Glowacki, R. Dale Hall, Neil Raden, Gwen Weng
- Date: Jan 2020
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
- Topics: Actuarial Profession; Actuarial Profession>Professional development; Technology & Applications; Technology & Applications>Analytics and informatics