VG Pecunia Limited’s Director of Marketing (CMO) explains how blockchain and artificial intelligence can positively impact actuarial science at Blockchance Europe 2021


Copenhagen, Denmark – (Newsfile Corp. – December 7, 2021) – VG Pecunia Limited Marketing Director (CMO) Mr. Benjamin Huang took the mic on December 4e, 2021 at the Blockchance Europe 2021 conference in Germany and explained at length how Blockchain technology and artificial intelligence can be integrated with actuarial science to make it more efficient.

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Held in Hamburg, Germany from December 2sd to December 4e, 2021, the prestigious conference attracted 1,500 participants, 300 companies and up to 120 speakers, among which were a number of personalities such as Andreas Dressel, Hamburg finance senator, founder of Tron, Justin Sun and co- founder of Ethereum and CEO of ConsenSys, Joseph Lubin.

Speaking at the conference, Huang advocated for the transformative potential of artificial intelligence and blockchain technology in the field of actuarial science in terms of simplifying and improvising work processes as well as better overall results.

In his remarks, Huang stressed how important it is for the actuarial science industry to keep up with rapidly changing technological trends in order to “stay relevant and thrive in an era of rapid change.”

He noted: “As a profession, whose very existence is based on the premise of being skilled at predicting outcomes and the future as well as managing risk, it is important that actuaries recognize the benefits that blockchain technology and artificial intelligence are bringing it to us, to embrace it and take advantage of it. “

Mr. Huang also called on actuaries to take advantage of technological developments to “examine improving the accessibility of expert actuarial advice by the general public,” a direction in which VG Pecunia Limited is moving.

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