Perhaps legal has been going about this artificial intelligence (AI) question all wrong.

“AI is a hot topic in legal technology, but the question gets asked in the wrong way,” said Brad Blickstein, head of Blickstein Group. “It’s become a top-down thing: What are we doing about AI? It’s like asking, what are we doing about databases? It’s a crazy question. The question should be, what problems do we have, how do we solve them, and is AI or some semblance of AI a potential solution for that?”

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