Dr. Lovell Hodge is currently the Vice President of Data and Adaptive Intelligence at Munich Re. As part of the Business Transformation team, Lovell's mandate includes Data Management for North America and the implementation of AI capabilities to support the Digital Transformation strategy of the North American Life and Health group. Lovell holds Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Computer Science and a Ph.D. in Systems Design Engineering, majoring in Artificial Intelligence, from the University of Waterloo. A former researcher and lecturer at the University of Waterloo, his areas of focus included Data and Knowledge Based Systems, Artificial Neural Networks, Intelligent Multi-Agent systems, Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithms. Lovell has authored several papers in Journals such as IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics and the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks. He has over 25 years experience in Information Technology and AI and has developed several advanced AI solutions for fraud detection, pattern recognition, cancer recognition, customer profiling, multi agent coordination and rule based decision support systems. Lovell has also implemented large scale data warehouses for the financial and insurance industries and most recently has co-authored a patent filing for a new method for processing encrypted data with encrypted models.