By Jim Lynch
ChatGPT is, in its words, “a computer program designed to respond to user inputs in a conversational manner.” You can converse with it, ask it questions, and get it to write just about whatever you want.
By Paul Meixler
Models are ubiquitous in actuarial work. The following is a synopsis of the languages of models—in particular, the complex metalanguages and the structured rule-based object languages of models, along with mappings between them, are described.
By Jay Vadiveloo
Editor’s note: This article is a follow-up from the Commentary in the March/April issue of Contingencies (“Toward a New School of Thought”).
Prepared by the Committee on Professional Responsibility
This newly updated paper—reprinted in Contingencies for the benefit of our readers—assists actuaries in choosing the right model for the task at hand.