AAE Blogs

He’s making a list, He’s checking it twice, He’s gonna find out who’s naughty or nice…

15 December 2020

Esko Kivisaari

Chairperson Artifical Intelligence/Data Science Working Group

 

When it comes to Santa, there are less and less things you can hide from him. Historically, Santa has always been among the most advanced users of personal data. Modern developments have however opened new avenues for him. This is the result of immense increases in the amount of digitalized data together with advanced analytical tools and increases in computing power.

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You should contact your intergalactic reinsurer!

25 June 2020

Esko Kivisaari
Immediate Past Chairperson AAE

 

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused widespread human suffering and huge economic damage. We are still not at the end of this affliction, and there is uncertainty as to when a vaccine will be widely available, and whether it will be in time to prevent a second wave.

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Do Ethics matter?

3 April 2020

José Mendinhos
AAE Board member

 

Traditionally – in the teaching of actuarial sciences and in actuarial associations – great emphasis is placed on technical aspects (which are indispensable), but not so much on ethical ones. More recently, aspects related to conduct have seen their importance grow. But do ethics matter?

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Commission White Paper on Artificial Intelligence

26 February 2020

Esko Kivisaari
Immediate Past Chairperson AAE

 

Some wise person has said that if a person would travel in time from the Middle Ages to the present, we would look like gods to them with our technology. This comes to mind when reading the Commission White Paper on Artificial Intelligence, published on 12 February.

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Actuview – European actuarial community at your fingertips

28 January 2020

Falco Valkenburg
Chairperson AAE

 

The three main Strategic Objectives of the AAE are clear guidelines for what we want to achieve as an association and also guides all other AAE activities, including the work we do within the committees and working groups, with our member associations and individual actuaries and our engagement with external stakeholders and partners.

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