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AI and Insurance

2019-05-20 | presentations, AI, insurance

New AI techniques help computers solve problems that people find easy but that computers have historically found difficult, such as image or voice

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The Cost of Goods Sold

2022-02-25 | presentations, insurance, risk, pricing

John Major and Stephen Mildenhall, CARe Meeting, June 9, 2021

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Charging for Diversifiable Risk and Proud to Do It

2020-09-24 | capital allocation, risk, pricing, insurance, presentations

John Major and Stephen Mildenhall, CAS Webinar, September 24, 2020.

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How to Allocate Capital if You Really Must

2020-05-13 | capital allocation, risk, pricing, insurance, presentations

John Major and Stephen Mildenhall, CAS Spring Meeting, May 13, 2020

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Spectral Risk Measures and Applications in Insurance ERM

2020-03-25 | capital allocation, risk, pricing, insurance, ERM, presentations

John Major and Stephen Mildenhall, ASTIN Special Interest Webinar, March 25, 2020

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A Modern Approach to Pricing for Risk

2021-11-15 | presentations, pricing, insurance, risk

Liberty Mutual, November 2021 Slides Avoid Arbitrary Assumptions! The wisdom of Adam Smith Three market actors Problems with additive pricing functionals Buyer motivation and bid-ask spreads Insurers as

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Presentations From 2020

2020-12-31 | presentations

During 2020 COVID struck, and I gave the following virtual presentations.

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Equilibrium Risk Pools

2020-10-21 | risk, pricing, market, equilibrium, presentations

This research investigates equilibrium risk pools in a market with risk-based solvency regulation and costly capital. It considers a market with two classes of risk, each having

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When Is Premium Riskier Than Loss Slides

2021-11-30 | insurance, risk, pricing, presentations

Premium to GDP Ratio: 1968 Watershed

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The Power Variance Family of Distributions

2022-01-28 | presentations, writing, statistics, probability

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AI and Insurance

2022-01-28 | presentations, AI, insurance

AI solves problems people find easy but computers find hard. It works in part by leveraging hidden data structures. When applied to problems people and computers find hard the

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Presentations From 2019

2022-01-28 | presentations

During 2019 I gave the following presentations.

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