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Artificial Intelligence & Libraries: Prepare Yourself

A huge thank you to Lise Brin. Program Officer / Agente de programme @ Canadian Association of Research Libraries/Association des bibliothèques de recherche du Canada for compiling this list of pertinent, thought-jarring items on #artificialintelligence and the implication for #libraries.  We’ll be discussing this @ CFLA-FCAB’s National Forum, May 2nd in Regina (co-located with Sasktachewan’s Library Conference). Read, reflect, and ready yourself to provide input and inform the CFLA-FCAB Board for positioning libraries in the age of #AI.

TheConversation.com

1  How can Indigenous knowledge shape our view of AI? (Karina Kesserwan, Policy Options, February 16, 2018)

 

2.  Bias already exists in search engine results, and it’s only going to get worse (J. Snow, MIT Technology Review, February 26, 2018)

3.  Here’s how Canada can be a global leader in ethical AI (F. McKelvie & A. Gupta, The Conversation, February 22, 2018)

 

4.  Libraries in the Age of Artificial Intelligence (Ben Johnson, Information Today, January 2018)

5.  Artificial intelligence and the library of the future, revisited (Catherine Nicole Coleman, Stanford Libraries Digital Library Blog, November 3, 2017)

6.  The Seven Deadly Sins of AI Predictions (Rodney Brooks, MIT Technology Review, October 6, 2017)

7.  Who Trained Your A.I.? (April Glazer, Slate, October 2017)

 

8.  The AI-Enhanced Library (Norman Jacknis, Medium, June 21, 2017)

9.  How libraries might change when AI, Machine learning, open data, block chain & other technologies are the norm (Aaron Tan, April 9, 2017)

10. What happens to libraries and librarians when machines can read all the books? (Chris Bourg, Feral Librarian, March 16, 2017)

11.  Libraries in an Artificially Intelligent World (Kristin Whitehair, Public Libraries Online, February 11, 2016)

12.  Thriving in the Age of Accelerations: A Brief Look at the Societal Effects of Artificial Intelligence and the Opportunities for Libraries (K. Arlitsch & B. Newell, Journal of Library Administration, 57:7, 2017)

 

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