Author: John Patrick

House Auction

I have gotten quite a few email and social media questions about why I auctioning my home. It starts back in 2001 when my wife and I designed the home with an architect, landscape architect, and home automation consultant. We

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Falling in the Hospital

Most seniors fear falling more than disease. Hospitals fear falls also. Between 700,000 and 1 million patients fall in hospitals each year, according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.[i] Most patients who fall are not seriously injured, but

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Regulation or Strangulation?

Regulation is needed in many areas, like banking and healthcare. Sometimes,  however, regulators get carried away, and strangle innovation with too much regulation. This almost happened with Bitcoin. The regulation we need I call light regulation. In 1995, I was

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The Stethoscope for Health Attitude

AI will have a major impact in all industries and all aspects of our lives. However, one of the most profound may turn out to be in healthcare. Delivery of safe, high quality, affordable healthcare is a large challenge, but

La Sagrada Familia Correction

As I read and write about artificial intelligence, perhaps I should think a bit more about real intelligence — like arithmetic. Construction of La Sagrada Familia began in 1882 and is expected to be completed in 2026 or 2028. How

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