What is a good answer?
Is it multiple answers or just one great answer?
Every intelligent person knows there is never only one good answer to a problem, that the answer depends entirely on the lens through which you view it, and on the values that dictate what a good outcome would be when the problem is solved.
By Mo Gawdat in his book Scary Smart: The Future of Artificial Intelligence and How You Can Save Our World
In problem-solving, there are often many different perspectives and approaches that can lead to valuable solutions. What might be a good answer for one person or group may not be the same for another.
The diversity of viewpoints and values enriches the process of finding solutions and promotes innovation.
Recognizing that there can be multiple valid answers encourages open-mindedness and invites us to embrace different perspectives.
It reminds us that our own viewpoint is just one part of the puzzle and that seeking input and collaboration can result in more comprehensive and effective solutions.