Had a fascinating discussion over the weekend with a person in the insurance industry and how they understand risk. In particular as it relates to earthquakes and how they see it.
The West Coast, but also Quebec and Mississippi, even the fault under lake Ontario. It is all mapped, risks and costs understood.
A really fascinating field, mixing maths, finance, science and geology.
Articles Chris is Reading
Rethinking McKinsey https://t.co/0fax1gFHn5
IBM is using quantum computers to generate Minecraft-like game levels https://t.co/ghuAZUDZKr
Ex-Barclays Antony Jenkins predicts demise of traditional banking https://t.co/y1vs0vNWWp
Companies could be fined if they fail to explain decisions made by AI https://t.co/UoS62WPtxl
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