Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Death toll from shallow 6.5-magnitude quake that struck at dawn rises to 97, as officials call for excavation equipment and emergency supplies.
Although weather forecasters have become better at forecasting a hurricane’s path and landfall, they struggle with predicting its strength.
Forty organizations are testing a “beta” version of Big Blue’s machine learning tech.
Now is a good time to remind everyone that forecasts for extreme winter weather events more than about five to seven days into the future are not reliable.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The Japanese insurer has partnered with NASA to develop the product.
The Supreme Court handed a victory to two whistleblower sisters by upholding a jury verdict that found State Farm defrauded the U.S. government.
Extreme weather is driving up uninsured losses and insurers must use investments to fund global warming resilience, says study.
The country’s insurance regulator is cracking down on the most active acquirers — insurance companies.
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