“Genius might be the ability to say a profound thing in a simple way.”

Charles Bukowski, 20th Century American novelist

Image from Unsplash by National Cancer Institute

My son Dan is a developer working with a top healthcare software company.

His current project involves using artificial intelligence to help medical professionals communicate and summarize complex medical concepts in ways that can be more easily understood by individuals of different ages and educational backgrounds.

With staffing resources in healthcare stressed and strained to their limits, using AI to make communication more efficient and effective is a stroke of genius.


Where in your world are there breakdowns in communication?

How would saying things in a simpler way make a profound difference in your life?

How might some of the new AI resources being introduced be helpful in these efforts?

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  1. As far as the breakdown in communication goes, I’m answering this for a friend. Occasionally, when he’s watching TV, his wife will say something to him and he answers with a grunt or “Uh, huh.” When his wife follows up, he will say “you never mentioned anything about that.” Perhaps my friend’s wife, after 40+ years of marriage, should demand a full sentence answer. And perhaps my friend should silence the TV, look his wife directly in the eye, and provide a complete answer. I’ll mention this to my friend next time I see him.

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