True, the industry has not been a big adopter of new technologies. However, this should change soon as investors pour billions of dollars into the space.

Just about every estimate shows that the cannabis industry will see strong long-term growth.

Yet there are some major challenges–and they are more than just about changing existing laws and regulations.

But AI (Artificial Intelligence) is likely to be a big help. 

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Tom Taulli ~ Forbes.com

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