I’m yet to find a news reader app that delivers news stories that I want to read.
A more intelligent engine is needed that does not let me pre-pick publications or topics but starts showing me news immediately. It should then watch my interactions with those stories (did I read them, what were they about, how long did I interact with them compared to their size, etc.) and without any further input from me, actually learn from my (and other similar users’) behavior what I would like to read next, so that it always improves the choices it gives me, even when my habits change from time to time.
You want the reader to continue reading and finish the book.
Create an app that takes your finished book, analyzes each chapter to detect one or more themes that lend themselves to be used as a cliffhanger and create a basic one to include at the end of the previous chapter. You then take that base and rewrite it in your own style.
Help people who discovered a philosophy as adults who already have automated lots of bad philosophical “habits.”
An experiment of trying to create an AI engine of a particular philosophy. Like an oracle that you can describe a situation to, and will answer you what might be the right thing to do, also showing you the whole logical structure of that decision.
It’s always useful to know the “why” of your clients, but most of the time what their answer to the first “why” question is not the real reason why.
An intelligent “why” questioning software. You define the first question, for instance, “why do you want this item?”, and the software poses the question to visitors of your website (triggered by certain conditions), and based on their answer, continues to intelligently form new “why” questions until the underlying truth is discovered.