Empathetic [adjective]

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What is essential, though, is being empathetic while doing so.

It starts in undergraduate education, where classes around the ethics of innovation, conscious capitalism, and empathetic tech should be made compulsory for any computer science student.

Odds are that they would return to the office chastened, and pull out all the stops to design more empathetic tech and fix these issues.

Campaigns and elections have always been about data—underneath the empathetic promises to fix your problems and fight for your family, it’s a business of metrics.

The Washington Post’s branded content arm, WP BrandStudio, is striving to making sure that the projects that the team is working on are effective and empathetic during this unsure time.

You can't lie to a trained empathetic because he can sense the real attitude behind the verbal lies.

It enfolded his consciousness, tenderly, protectingly, empathetic.

You can't lie to a trained empathetic, because he can sense the real attitude behind the verbal lies.

The empathetic is always aware of this constant and silent surge, whether he makes the effort to understand it or not.

But he did feel the wave of emotion that welled from her, impinging directly on his empathetic sense.