On Feb. 19, the European Commission released a whitepaper that proposed a new regulatory approach for high-risk and low-risk artificial intelligence systems. Included in that proposal is a “explainability” requirement to make understanding the mystery of AI’s “black box” clearer.

Many in the legal tech industry are split about how such a requirement will affect their technology. While some legal tech companies say the explainability requirement will “dumb down” future legal tech features, others argue legal tech has already cleared the explainability hurdle nearly 10 years ago.

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