Concepts resemble empty templates waiting to be filled with experience, knowledge and other specific things. The trick is to place the output in the appropriate context so that it brings value in the end.
I see ideas as abstract shapes made out of small, pretty components. One gets plenty ideas all the time. Both day and night.
There's no reason to fear this, because in your idea, the way you shaped it, they will only see...
... what they already had in mind.
And the beauty of such traveling ideas is that they can cross fields.
...to computer science and psychology.