The more innovation ideas you generate, the more likely it is that you will find a winning project. A fundamental premise in brainstorming and ideation is that you prize quantity over quality, especially in the early stages. It’s the math of innovation. As with so many things these days, we can shift the laws of probability in our favor. In this article, Dennis Kennedy suggests using ChatGPT to generate a large number of ideas, which lawyers sometimes find hard to do at the beginning of a brainstorming session.
Innovation Ideas: Quantity, Quality, and ChatGPT
Director, Center for Law, Technology & Innovation Michigan State University College of Law
Dennis Kennedy is the Director of the Michigan State University Center for Law, Technology & Innovation, the author of the book, Successful Innovation Outcomes in Law, and the founder of the Law Department Innovation Library. He writes and speaks frequently on legal innovation and technology topics. He has co-hosted The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast on legal technology with Tom Mighell since 2006.