Devine Intervention – SpatzAI

Devine Intervention – SpatzAI

When it comes to storytelling, it can often feel like no truly “new” ideas are left. After all, we have told stories for thousands of years, and, likely, almost every possible plot point, character arc, and twist ending has been explored at some point.

But the beauty of storytelling lies not in its novelty but in its ability to repackage familiar elements in new and exciting ways. A skilled writer can take a well-worn storyline and add their own unique perspective, creating something fresh and compelling.

Even the most original-seeming works often draw heavily from established tropes and archetypes. In fact, many of the greatest works of literature, film, and television rely heavily on familiar storylines. Romeo and Juliet is essentially a classic tale of forbidden love, while Star Wars is a classic hero’s journey.

Here is an example from the Bible that I have chosen to repackage for conflict resolution in 2023:

(Mat 18, 15-18) “If someone wrongs you, talk to them one-on-one and explain how you feel. If they listen and apologize, great! But if they don’t, bring one or two people with you to help you talk to them and explain the situation. If they still won’t listen, then it’s time to involve the group. Great things can happen when two or more people come together and agree.”

Imagine we create a story that brings this passage into the 21st century using AI technology. Maybe we would get a story like the following:

The SpatzAI Story:

To establish a standard and streamlined intervention for our minor conflicts, the team agrees to use a simple intervention that all members follow. The intervention involves using a simple call-to-action word, followed by a controlled escalation using an AI-powered 3-step app that officially documents the steps and a peer review network to help adjudicate if necessary.


The first action in the conflict resolution process is to use a simple call-to-action word, such as “CAUTION,” to bring attention to the offending behavior. If the offending person acknowledges their infringement, then we can move on. However, if the offending person ignores or challenges the verbal caution, we use the Spatz app to address our spat officially.

Step 1. Official CAUTION! – Spat: 

If the offending person challenges or ignores the initial caution, we will escalate the conflict to the next level by using our 3-step app to send an official text caution. We will then wait for a simple acknowledgment or response from the offending team member.

Step 2. Official OBJECTION! – Dispute: 

If the offending person still refuses to acknowledge their behavior, we will up the ante by sending an official OBJECTION through the app. This step will indicate that the issue has become more serious and requires immediate attention. If the offending person offers a simple apology, we can move on.

Step 3. Official STOP! – Conflict: 

If the offending person continues challenging or ignoring the official objection, we can escalate the conflict to the final level by sending an official STOP. This step indicates that the behavior is unacceptable and still needs to be resolved.

Post. On Peer Review Network: 

At the same time, the app automatically posts our conflict on the SpatzAI peer review network to get feedback and suggestions from our peers and the AI on how we can resolve our conflict and eventually take a vote and make a recommendation as the last resort.

By following this agreed intervention, we can ensure that our spats, disputes and conflicts are documented and resolved in a timely and effective manner with team members knowing they are protected and safe when they speak up. Using the Spatz 3-step app, the SpatzAI network and the intervention data, the AI can machine learn from it. Organizations and VCs can also more accurately predict a team’s potential success or failure from the SpatzAI data.

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