By Eric P. Harding
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about transitions. Maybe my musings are brought about by the advent of a new school year; my kids are gearing up for a return to in-person instruction as I’m writing this, and the excitement is palpable.
By Deborah Rosenberg
If you ask anyone you meet about the significance of the number 14, the reply will probably relate to Valentine’s Day which is on the 14th of February.
By P.C. Forte
For more than 30 years, private long-term care insurance (LTCI) has been sold as a way to pay for expenses that can break a family’s budget, strip a surviving spouse or partner of financial resources, or bankrupt an estate.
By Srivathsan Karanai Margan
Chatbots are software programs that were originally designed to mimic human conversations. Over the years, technological growth in artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP) has resulted in tremendous progress in the capabilities of this humanized interface.
By Lenny Shteyman
If you read my previous article on this subject (“Applying Predictive Analytics for Insurance Assumptions-Setting—When, Why … and Why Not,” May/June 2019), you know that I am a fan of analytics and even a bigger fan of common sense.
By Tom Toce
Here comes another puzzle by the formidable team of Bob Fink and Jerry Miccolis.
By Stephen Meskin
I came across the following interesting problem from the 61st Annual International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), which was held remotely on Sept. 20 & 21, 2020. The IMO is the world’s leading mathematical competition for high school students.