Articles tagged "artificial intelligence"
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a very popular topic in the media now, but the concept of AI was first proposed almost 70 years ago. What happened in the AI research community over this time period and why did it take so long for the breakthroughs to occur? Milton Lim looks at the booms and busts of the AI industry over the years.
Posted on: September 5, 2018
Milton Lim assesses the risks (both upside and downside) of the data science revolution and considers how best to ride the “Big Data” wave in the firt instalment of a series that explores the breakthroughs and philosophy of AI, computer science and data.
Posted on: August 8, 2018
The 2018 Young Actuaries Conference (YAC) began with more than 150 young actuaries around the country devoting half their day, seeking to be inspired. Chetana Koganti reports.
Posted on: June 22, 2018
A panel of experts shared their experiences on “Cutting Edge Artificial Intelligence Applications in Insurance” at a recent Melbourne YAP (Young Actuaries Program) event.
Posted on: May 14, 2018
Amongst much talk about data science and new analytics techniques, Ashish Ahluwalia challenges the profession to be bold in sticking to their roots and take their toolkit of ‘traditional’ actuarial methods into a broader industries outside of insurance.
Posted on: March 12, 2018
Actuary with Woolworths Group, Jo Chidwala outlines the most popular types of AI, what they can do for retail and why those who invest in cognitive insights will reap long term rewards.
Posted on: January 11, 2018
Trang Duncanson reflects on “Futurist” Mike Walsh’s keynote speech at the FSC Life Insurance Conference and ponders our readiness for the near future ‘non-human’ actuary.
Posted on: April 6, 2017