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What’s in it for me? An introduction to AI and machine learning for librarians
There’s been so much said and written recently about the increasing uses for artificial intelligence and machine learning – both positive and positively-alarming – but how can libraries use these technologies to benefit our work with collections and researchers? And do you have to complete a degree in data science first?

Join a panel of library professionals for a jargon-free webinar about their experiences with AI, and how libraries and librarians are thinking about using these technologies to their advantage.

• Librarians in the loop with AI – Ingrid Mason, data specialist and librarian, currently working with the Australian Data Archive, Australian National University
• Stewarding data-rich collections for use and re-use – Rachel Merrick, Coordinator, Digital Library Initiatives, State Library of Queensland
• Libraries, artificial intelligence and data manipulation: risks and responsibilities – Kevin Bradley, Assistant Director General (Collection), National Library of Australia

Following the presentations there will be 30 minutes for questions and discussion.

May 19, 2021 11:00 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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