Artificial intelligence models are used in a number of fields (e.g. granting credit, fraud detection) and they deliver very good results. However, they lack transparency and explicability, which hinders their adoption by business teams and management, as well as their use in the eyes of regulators.
‘Uplift modelling’ is the name given to a set of scoring methods used to assess individual sensitivity to sales prospecting.
Real estate is vulnerable to a wide range of climate risks (physical, regulatory, and economic) that can significantly reduce its value. This depreciation may go so far as to generate ‘stranded assets’.
Digital twins are virtual replicas that enable an exact copy of an object, machine, or process to be viewed on a screen and its behaviour to be simulated according to different scenarios.
An R&D programme on the transformation of the insurance business faced with the risks arising from the transition.