“Insurance fraud has been a long-lasting issue in actuarial modeling. Policyholders are prone to hide their true status in their best interest when disclosing their information for insurance pricing purposes. However, from the insurers’ point of view, it is either time-consuming or laborious to verify the true status of such risk factors. There is thus a strong incentive to build models accounting for potential misrepresentation, which contributes to a more robust ratemaking system.”

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