Prior to founding dotData, he was the youngest research fellow ever in NEC’s 119-year history; the was honor was given to only six individuals among more than 1,000 researchers. During his tenure at NEC, Fujimaki was heavily involved in developing many cutting-edge data science solutions with NEC’s global business clients and was instrumental in the delivery of several high-profile analytical solutions that are now widely used in industry.
Fujimaki received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Tokyo in the field of machine learning and artificial intelligence.
The global life insurance and retirement industry is facing an inflection point due to the convergence of challenging economic, technological, competitive and societal headwinds. Product-driven business models of the past will not be sustainable because insurers cannot adapt quickly enough to changing customer needs. This problem is on top of mature markets, strict regulatory requirements, […]
As insurers strive to become more relevant to their customers and more efficient, they have embraced the strategic importance of their data. Insurance companies have been using various data streams to predict property damage and loss for generations. But while they have been collecting increasingly large stockpiles of consumer data, until recently they have lacked […]