Session Outline

Significant founding of enterprise machine intelligence for the past decade has not always resulted in a measurable return of investment in the insurance landscape, as the profitability of large and dynamic datasets is often hampered by insufficient comprehensiveness, lack of explainability and increased information management complexity.  We look at these gaps, and we explain how the latest advancement in ML can help insurers close them implementing ML-driven data augmentation, building intelligible ontologies and allowing accurate risk modelling based on accessible, curated datasets.

Key Takeaways

  • FIXING DATA: Out-of-sample predictions of missing values with machine learning algorithms can help close data gaps in a wide range of insurance specific dataset
  • MAKING DATA ACCESSIBLE: ML-driven data curation algorithms can transform non-intelligible data-streams into accessible and explainable ontologies that underwriters can leverage to take informed decisions 
  • MAKING DATA USEFUL: ML-curated data allows insurers to move from classic Generalised Linear Models to more accurate, data driven, risk assessment, thus implementing automated, data-led underwriting.

Speaker Bio

Alicia Montoya – Head Research Commercialization | Swiss Re
Alicia joined Swiss Re in 2012, driving innovation, product development, and commercialization of solutions that address some of the world’s biggest risks, from climate change and natural catastrophes to sustainable energy, food security, infrastructure and transportation. She leads Swiss Re’s Quantum Cities™ initiative, using tech to foster sustainable economies and societies.

October 15 @ 15:00
15:00 — 15:20 (20′)

Day 1 | M8 | Machine And Deep Learning Stage

Alicia Montoya | Head Research Commercialization| Swiss Re