Each Human Life Has A Value (And It’s $10 Million)

A human life is theoretically invaluable. By assigning a value to a life, though, we’re actually better able to protect them. Adam Rogers, senior correspondent for Wired, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the actuarial models that determine the dollar value of a life and how that information guides public and business policies. His article is “How Much is a Human Life Actually Worth?