Posts From cobrien
By Eric P. Harding
I live in the suburbs. More specifically, I live on what’s colorfully called a “double-headed cul-de-sac,” and we happen to have a corner lot. (Imagine a normal cul-de-sac with an offshoot branch jutting off to the left; we occupy one of the two houses at the small intersection.)
By Richard Kutikoff
Actuaries love to measure risk. Risk is directly involved in our calculations: Mortality/longevity risk. Morbidity risk. Turnover risk. Investment return risk. Asset/liability mismatch risk. Risk of underprovision for expenses. Risk of bad data. Risk that our models are incorrect.
By John Blocher
How do we provision a small amount life insurance policy as efficiently as possible to a person with low and highly variable income? Step to the dry-erase board and suspend disbelief to think about the best way to do this.
By Surbhi Misra, Dave Nelson, and Keith Passwater
As artificial intelligence (AI) has become more widely discussed and pursued in business, most professionals have come to learn that AI is concerned with devising computational methods to emulate human intelligence.