Let’s go on an adventure with ChatGPT.
Allan and Charles both worked for Reef Insurance Company, a leading provider of insurance for scuba tours. They sold policies for everything from life insurance to property and casualty insurance, and even liability insurance for accidents involving marine life.
One sunny afternoon, Allan was sitting at his desk when he received an urgent message from Charles. “Hey Allan, I’ve got a great new policy to sell for our scuba tours. I need to make this sale ASAP or I’m getting a mouth full of salt water. Can you help me out?”
Allan sighed. He knew that Charles could be pushy, but he also didn’t want to see him get hurt on the job. He wondered what he should do next.
If Allan decides to help Charles sell the policy, turn to page 2.
If Allan decides to ignore Charles’ request and focus on his own work, turn to page 3.
What choice should Allan make?
Help Charles; Page 2
Ignore Charles; Page 3
Poll closes sometime late Friday night. Expect an update Sunday night for Monday-voting.
How did ChatGPT learn about Pillow and salt water?
too little info about past relationship to make a good assessment.
but lack of planning on his part doesn’t constitute an emergency on my part
And I’ve got to get these TPS reports done.
ChatGPT must have consumed the AO before it imploded.
Doesn’t the boss realize the trouble we’ll be in if I don’t complete these TPS reports???
Boss needs to see me??
we need more votes…also if you want me to prompt c hee at got with any keywords let me know .
(FYI, c hee at got = Chatgpt )
we need more votes
I already voted twice. How many more times do you want me to go?
Should alts vote the same as the primary id?
And if an alt adopts the strategy “ask Chatgpt and follow its advice”, is that OK even if it sometimes agrees with and sometimes disagree with what the Primary id chose? Asking for a friend
Alts are required to use the pseudo-patented VA-Algorithm:
If there are N-choices, then make (up to) N+1 random selections; and pick the option that appears twice the first time.
Allan took a deep breath and decided to focus on solving the problem at hand. He rushed to the boss’s office, where he found a group of worried executives huddled around a conference table.
“What’s going on?” Allan asked.
“Frank said one of our scuba tour clients got injured and we may be liable,” one of the executives replied.
Allan nodded, trying to keep his cool. He knew that the situation was serious, but he also knew that he had the expertise to help. He spent the next several hours poring over insurance policies and legal documents, trying to determine the best course of action.
As the night wore on, Allan’s phone buzzed with messages from Charles, but he ignored them. He knew that he couldn’t be distracted by pushy sales tactics when there was a serious problem to solve.
Finally, after a long night of work, Allan and the team at Reef Insurance Company were able to come up with a plan to address the client’s injury and mitigate the company’s liability.
As he walked out of the office at dawn, Allan felt exhausted but also proud. He knew that he had done the right thing by focusing on the problem at hand, and not getting distracted by Charles’ urgent request.
And as he drove home to get some much-needed rest, he couldn’t help but think that maybe, just maybe, there was more to being an actuary than just crunching numbers and analyzing risk factors. Maybe, just maybe, there was a human side to the job that he had been missing.
I guess that’s all chatgpt wants to write.
Now, can you do that story again?
Also, I don’t know of many actuaries “reading through policies to determine the best course of action.” This is something that either Underwriting does, or the legal department (especially when there’s a claim at stake).
I thought the same thing. No way an actuary thinks this, ever.
[pedantic reply]Yes, I
Maybe the reserves were the numbers we crunched along the way…
April 4, 2023, 8:09pm
Maybe you need a more enticing premise.