Empathy – Key to Belonging

Empathy – Key to Belonging

It was Abraham Maslow’s pyramid of needs in the mid 1900s that got human psychology well off the ground, because it was “so right on” with our everyday developmental experiences. The first two needs of physical wellbeing and security are tended to with adequate...
Locating Information with the Speed of Artificial Intelligence

Locating Information with the Speed of Artificial Intelligence

You might remember some years ago when, in writing a research paper, you probably had to go to the library to browse the stacks for books on a particular topic or even more recently, the Internet made more available what you were looking for via browser search to...
Artificial Intelligence Tunes into Personal Preferences

Artificial Intelligence Tunes into Personal Preferences

One of the fascinating customer-service features of Artificial Intelligence is its ability to quickly respond to personal habits and preferences. After a few clicks on Amazon, a customer receives follow-up suggestions for the kind of books that would be appealing or...
Handling Our Fears of a Super Artificial Intelligence

Handling Our Fears of a Super Artificial Intelligence

Uncertainty is part of the unknown future that tags along with today’s VUCA – volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. Our fast moving technology in modern scientific research has our heads spinning. In the Oct. 23, 2019 issue of The Washington Post, there...
The Magic of Artificial Intelligence in Machine Learning

The Magic of Artificial Intelligence in Machine Learning

One of the most important products of Artificial Intelligence is its machine learning, a subset of A.I. that uses algorithms of computational statistics to mine data for inferences and pattern recognition in order to predict results or make decisions rather than...
Automation is Different from Artificial Intelligence

Automation is Different from Artificial Intelligence

Terminology can be tricky when its use is either changed from its original meaning or sets up confusion about its true nature. Words like “kleenex” and “xerox” could be examples of company names morphing into “facial tissue” or “copy duplication”. In today’s jargon,...
AI Understands What it Sees

AI Understands What it Sees

Vision is undoubtedly our most treasured senses as expressed in the saying “A picture is worth a thousand words.” We often doodle with designs to explain difficult thoughts. Even the blind are able to develop ‘sight’ through their sense of touch. In its...
AI Automation Makes Life Easier

AI Automation Makes Life Easier

From the beginning of mankind, humans “by the sweat of their brow had to earn their bread” (Gn. 3:19). It wasn’t until man domesticated animals that work became a bit easier; that was about 3,500 BC starting with the horse and then on to other animals; the dog seemed...
Team Language – Connection Intelligence

Team Language – Connection Intelligence

Of recent memory, Judith Glaser [1] proposed her theory of Conversational Intelligence, outlining three levels of communication styles, the most productive being “co-creating conversation that transforms and shapes reality together” through mutual trust. Glaser...
Job Skills and Enduring Skills

Job Skills and Enduring Skills

The fast pace of technology today is changing jobs at a rate of every 5 years or less. Stephane Kasriel [1](2017) stated in his article Skill, re-skill, and reskill again, “the half-life of hard skills is continually falling—now at only about 5 or less years.”...

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