developed. And I really like those movements personally and I sort of relate to them. It was fascinating to me, they kept realizing that the challenges they were running into werent technical. If we cant get what we need on, lets say data security as an important example, if they wont give us contractually what we need, well just use this for non-mission critical systems where the data is not really confidential. And it was weird.
Mark mith: Well and you have to put yourself in the shoes of the buyer that is faced with Martecs Law. But also a healthy dose of skepticism for where the reality of that particular technology is today.
I saw these two guys playing and they were very, very different people, but they were playing with exactly the same equipment, red and black, rubber on the ping-pong paddles, white ball, blue table. Excited to talk to you. Mark mith: I see healthcare being absolutely disrupted by AI because, if you think about it, you go to the doctors office, theyre chatbots. The model for newspapers has gone away. Doug Brown: Just kind of the principles behind. My first reaction was, Okay, well thats great. If you say that.