to Harvard Business Review, bad data may cost the U.S. economy up to $3
trillion dollars per year. What is it costing you and your organization? We
tried to find out, and so can you. Among other things, this webinar will
present results of a recent experiment where we took well-behaved data, imposed
a variety of defects, and challenged actuarial students to solve a
ratemaking/modeling problem with it - in order to learn how effectively
different defects are detected and addressed. We will then generalize the
conversation to areas where data quality efforts may add versus drain value in
a live business environment, and debate ideas for how we can better rise to the
data quality challenge!
This webinar will be of interest to those that work in data management, predictive modeling, programming/software development and research/teaching.
Registration Information and Fees
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|Registration Fees (in U.S. Dollars)||
August 27, 2019
August 27, 2019
(more than one person using the same internet connection)
(Unlimited internet connections for individuals working for the same company. Please note that audio for this presentation will be streamed via the web)
*Group Registrations will receive a code during the webinar with which they can use to count their attendance.
**Multiple Connection Registrations should contact Leanne Wieczorek directly firstname.lastname@example.org. The registering party for the Multiple Connection Registration will be responsible for distributing all event details to attending individuals within their company.
Registrations fees will be refunded for cancellations received in writing at the CAS Office via fax, 703-276-3108, or email, email@example.com , by September 3, 2019 less a $25 processing fee.
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