So I think there’s an important syntax distinction between what Pythia says vs what the insights say… She should act as an interpreter and contextualize of the insights that are produced by the partners. — so she would more or less also expalin why you’re seeing what you’re seeing, and what it can really mean for you. – She’s a guide through your cognisphere
Jason Silva , the Woman who filmed Innsae and the like, piggy back on their audiences – If we have people who are predisposed to be early adopters, futurists, and outside the box thinkers, they will resonate with where we’re going and will be very loud advocates, building the buzz for us. They’ll also make our adoption and engagement numbers look way better to investors.
If you wanted you could give her permission to automate cleaning out of your gmail for less distractions. Manage your notifications to optimize your work. She’ll suggest it, you agree or not and if so give her permission – then she actually should be able to just make the connection or enact the change. It’s all just conversational consent – she’ll feel like when Anne Hathaway got the damn harry potter book for what’s her name’s kids
Project 1 test is to see if she can manage your distractions and stress by observing and making a recommendation of phone use based on notifications. – Simple task – she only needs to show you the difference why she’s suggesting it, and get your permission to do it
That’s why I say we use SUPER basic data everyone has – Phone usage – and control everyone can give – notification control. Let Pythia suggest an optimized pattern and apply and report on the change. Show them their productivity and happiness increase as a reward
– Then tell them to keep talking to Pythia to gain more of a map of their value. They can continue their relationship between the MVP test objectives are met, and when the updates and new releases come out by allowing the conversational AI to build off of what it knows so far – to try to fill out the knowledge graph through conversation that adds to the person’s sense of self worth.