Just a few short months ago, many of us would have been hard-pressed to imagine that Actuaries would be deprived of the possibility of attending an Insights sessions in person. Michael Storozhev reflects on the recent session on data science presented by Hong Kong based, Australian actuaries.
The Insitute's COVID-19 modelling group notes that while actuaries can bring their modelling skills to the table in the COVID-19 pandemic, the world in not short of models, with a plethora of output being created around the world.
What could have happened if governments hadn’t introduced a lockdown in Australia and left it to a largely socially-responsible society to soldier on? And what might lie ahead for Australia in 2020 in respect of continued infections following a relaxation of the lockdown? Matthew Tiong explores these scenarios.
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