April 12, 2023
A Workshop sponsored by the CodeX Insurance Initiative
On April 12, the CodeX Insurance Initiative will host a one-day workshop discussing the state-of-the art in computable insurance products.
The workshop will specifically focus on current issues facing insurance innovators seeking to leverage computable contracts technologies in insurance contexts.
This invitation-only event is targeted towards insurance thought leaders already engaged with these questions. If interested in participating, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and copy email@example.com. Further information on the CodeX Insurance Initiative and insurance players involved in the initiative can be found here.
April 12, 2023:
- 9:00a – 9:10a – Welcome & Introductions
- 9:10a – 10:10a – The Stanford CodeX Insurance Initiative Retrospective and State-of-the-Art on Computable Contracts
- 10:10a – 10:30a – Demo 1: Building Computable Contracts
- 10:30a – 11:00a – Break
- 11:00a – 12:15p – Computable Contracts & Large Language Models: An Acceleration Tool or Replacement?
- Short Presentations & Breakout Sessions
- 12:15p – 1:30p – Lunch
- 1:30p – 3:00p – Demos and Implementation Discussion
- Structure of the bargain, current documentation approaches, and their influence on the computational representation of insurance contracts
- What’s the starting point? Current natural language contracts or an abstracted bargain?
- Which programming languages make sense for the translation?
- Knowledge-share on technical implementations
- 3:00p – 3:30 – Break
- 3:30p – 4:00p – Insurance Portfolio Management
- 4:00p – 4:45p – Community Building and What’s Next
- Interoperability and standards
- FINOS (Linux), ACORD
- 4:45p – 5:15p – Wrap up & Close