Three months into the vaccine rollout, publicly available data on vaccine uptake in Australia remains rudimentary and sporadic. This is in stark contrast to many other wealthy countries, where transparency has been key. Karen Cutter, Jennifer Lang and Kirsten Armstrong argue that better information could help all stakeholders understand what’s going right and what’s going wrong, and home in on the interventions most likely to make the biggest difference.
The closing session of the 2021 All-Actuaries Virtual Summit explored the technological changes enveloping the industry and tried to determine which changes would have the biggest impact on the industry over the next decade.
Michael Storozhev’s session 'The Hidden Risks of Data Science and Machine Learning' explored the issues living beneath the surface of modern artificial intelligence (AI).
In a highly topical Concurrent session on ‘Leveraging Technology Data and Analytics to Transform an Actuarial Function’ at the 2021 All-Actuaries Virtual Summit, Zeming Yu (Principal Data Scientist, Munich Re Greater China) joined Bartosz Piwcewicz (Partner and Head of Actuarial Transformation, Systems and Data, KPMG) and Lawrence Ng (Manager of Actuarial and Data Analytics Team, KPMG) to discuss how technology, data and analytics can be used to transform an actuarial function.
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