Pamela Hellig considers how actuaries can learn from the principles of bioethics in carrying out their fiduciary duties.
In the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI), why is it so challenging replicating common sense, intuition, judgement…all those mystical human abilities that we know are there but can’t quite define?
Pamela Hellig considers whether vaccination against COVID-19 and other diseases should be a rating factor for life insurance.
What’s more strange: the fact that Donald Duck starred in a movie about mathematics or that said movie was nominated for an Academy Award? Donald in Mathmagic Land is a 27-minute Donald Duck educational featurette released on June 26, 1959.
An aspect of digital innovation often overlooked is the changing behaviours and expectations of customers in a digital era. The expectation of speed, digital onboarding, choice of communication channel, self-service, and being able to communicate via multiple digital channels are all regarded as common needs among digitally native millennials. However, as older generations have become familiar with digital tools and increasingly reliant on them, this trend in customer behaviour is becoming universal.
Pamela Hellig recently shared tips on how to spot a fake “random” number. On the same theme, have you heard of Benford’s Law?
Complying with the IFRS 17 insurance contracts accounting standard is hard work, especially for firms writing long-term contracts. Pamela Hellig discusses the potential for the premium allocation approach to relieve the pressure.