I’m not sure I understand what you mean by “the final solution”.
You are totally free to share your pricing model with the community after the competition but the markets are run when everyone submits as, by design, they require other participants to play. So you will not be able to join the markets after the competition is over.
Thanks for your reply. I have started coding for the project (like explanatory data analysis), but I couldn’t get a working model to calculate the premium.
I am just wondering whether other candidate is able to share their working model, so that I can see how other candidates calculate the premium in their codes and learn about it. I am not looking to join the competition, it is more of learning about how.
I also recommend the excellent Floser notebook shared by @nigel_carpenter to someone interested in learning more about machine learning for insurance pricing! The dataset is somewhat similar to that used in this pricing game, and the corresponding claims severity dataset can also be found (https://www.openml.org/d/41215) to produce a loss cost model.