It feels like every aspect of our lives is dominated by tech. It also makes our lives easier in so many ways. But when we lose a loved one, it seems that tech and innovation are absent. Suddenly at a time when you don’t want to speak to anyone, you can be thrust into endless calls to arrange a funeral, flowers, closing accounts, removing names from mailing lists, and so much more.
Empathy was created with one mission in mind: to help families deal with loss. With a combination of technology and human support, the Empathy app helps families through all the financial, legal, emotional, and logistical challenges after losing a loved one. These are just some things technology excels at, like navigating logistics.
Empathy’s app combines technology and human support to streamlines end-of-life bureaucracy, minimizes tedious tasks, and automates processes involved in the administration of an estate while also providing emotional guidance.
It’s a sensitive topic, and today I learn more from Ron Gura about how the collaboration of humans and technology can help when we are trying to go through the grieving process.
“We’re happy to take away the paperwork and bring you back proper time to grieve and spend with your family.” Our co-founder & CEO @rongura spoke with @neilchughes on the Tech Talks Daily podcast about the #EmpathyApp story and mission. Listen here: https://t.co/F2PxyvM57Q pic.twitter.com/tfh93g6lgl
— Empathy (@empathy_app) October 12, 2021
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