Conversational AI in the Enterprise

In the technology world, aside from all the layoffs which are shocking, we have this flood of information, awareness and now access to immensely powerful conversational artificial intelligence. In my last post, I mentioned that we are in a moment of historically relevant technological transformation. I'd say, we are just seeing a tip of the …

Sunday Morning Musings – Future Tech

Well, Hello There! If you are reading this now, there is a good chance that you didn't just stumble upon my writing on the internet. This morning, I thought about what this blog was about originally, how I have strayed a bit from the initial intent and where it is today. I started writing online …

Our Old Friend Antisemitism

Antisemitism, or prejudice and discrimination against Jews, has unfortunately been present in societies around the world for centuries. I grew up in Co-op City which held one of the largest Jewish populations based on people migrating from lower Manhattan and other areas of the Bronx. At one time, the Bronx had a Jewish community which …

Separation Anxiety or Something

I have to wonder what the world would be like if we sorted and separated everyone into their special categories. For example, let's say we created states and cities based on our current documented ideas on race, color, and genetic makeup. From there we would need to break things down more by religion, sexual orientation …

Equanimity Consideration and Practice

Equanimity is a state of mental calmness and composure, especially in difficult situations. It is the ability to maintain a balanced and stable mind, regardless of external circumstances. Many people consider equanimity to be a positive trait, as it allows a person to respond to challenges and adversity in a level-headed and balanced way. Some …

Belief and Faith

The Prompt - Belief and Faith If you are up for it, this post might take you a bit sideways. That said, your brain will be just fine, it won't hurt a bit. This comes from Richard Rohr's Daily Meditation “Now I need at this point to make clear that I am not against beliefs. …

Authentic Something

Be the Me I want to be but not the Me you want to See There is a lot of time and energy generated on the topic of bringing your "authentic self." This concept of authenticity seeks to accomplish the goal of nonjudgmental acceptance. People want to feel safe and secure. They want to be …

Crossing Lines – Overcoming the Human Chalk line.

When the lines are blurred, gone, or ignored, opportunities are boundless... literally. Did you know that ants will not cross a line of chalk? Our world is full of rules, some we understand, others we do not. Many scientists call their discoveries "laws" because we are seemingly bound by these. As we have come to …

The Shadow of Compassion

A Spirituality of Nonviolence Franciscan peacemakers Rosemary Lynch and Alain Richard have identified ten “commandments” for those seeking to live a spiritual life of nonviolence. They call it “The Decalogue for a Spirituality of Nonviolence”: Active nonviolence calls us: To learn to recognize and respect “the sacred” in every person, including in ourselves, and in every piece of …

Feel Free to Call

Sure, I'll Help, Just Reach Out I am a bit frustrated today because I am seeing a consistent pattern with people who extend themselves and volunteer to help others actively and in the same vein choose to avoid fulfilling their promises. I realize this is a general statement but what I am saying is that …

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