How AI’s Socratic Questioning can help you write better

Improve your critical writing skills with AI-powered Socrates Questioning

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Brainstorm with Socratic Questioning

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The teacher feigns ignorance about a given subject in order to acquire another person’s fullest possible knowledge of the topic. Individuals have the capacity to recognize contradictions, so Socrates assumed that incomplete or inaccurate ideas would be corrected during the process of disciplined questioning, and hence would lead to progressively greater truth and accuracy.¹

Mr. Gray: What are some of the challenges associated with homelessness in Seattle?

Me: Finding and maintaining housing, accessing necessary services, and overcoming barriers to employment.

Mr. Gray: Hmm, how is Seattle trying to approach that first challenge?

Me: They are building more affordable housing and expanding its public safety toolkit.

Mr. Gray: Great! But I guess those approaches aren’t as effective.

Me: Yeah…I would need to do more research on that

Mr. Gray: Of course! Here, I found this article that you might find interesting.

Let’s make AI ask questions and suggest articles!

So, what is Scraft and how does it work?

Screenshot Credit: Tyler Tae Wook Kim
Screenshot Credit: Tyler Tae Wook Kim
Screenshot Credit: Tyler Tae Wook Kim
Screenshot Credit: Tyler Tae Wook Kim

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