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Description: This presentation is from the Digest of Informal Discussion, Transactions of Society of Actuaries 1955 Volume 7, Number 17. This discussion on technology reviews recent [as of 1955] uses of electronic data processing equipment and major computer installations. The speakers also look at the prospects of joint use of large-scale installations by two or more companies, and discuss specific actuarial activities that can be accommodated by electronic data processing machinery, such as calculation of dividends, cash values, and policy reserves.Hide
- Authors: John M Boermeester, J Stanley Hill, Erick M Davis, JAMES TIMOTHY PHILLIPS, Dan Acker, Alexander Wright, Henry F Rood, Manuel R. Cueto, Application Administrator
- Date: Mar 1955
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
- Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
- Topics: Technology & Applications>Computer science