This approach solves two challenges simultaneously.
First, BrainSwarming is a serious alternative to brainstorming. BrainSwarming can be conducted in person or, more importantly, remotely when people are dispersed and co-located.
Second, BrainSwarming is a serious alternative to Artificial Intelligence, in which the machine attempts to problem solve and innovate in isolation.
BrainSwarming's structured problem solving graph and universal problem solving grammar are both human- and machine-friendly. The graph and grammar permit groups of humans to easily work together. The graph and grammar also permit the machine to complement human weaknesses to innovation: functional fixedness, design fixation, assumption blindness, narrow verb associations, and analogy blindness.
The result of this human-machine synergy is a significant increase in innovation that neither humans nor machines can achieve on their own.
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