Core Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Libraries Interest Group

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  • (Please excuse cross-posting) Information Technology and Libraries Journal (ITAL) is seeking authors for a new column titled "ITAL &". The "ITAL &" column is a non-peer-reviewed, ...

  • Hi! I'm Melissa, and I'd love for you to join FIU Libraries for use cases for integrating AI into your library workflows, practices, and services. Public services, GIS, and ...

  • Registration is now open for the inaugural Generative AI in Libraries (GAIL) Conference. This year's theme is Prompt or Perish: Navigating Generative AI in Libraries . GAIL ...

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  • Hi AI/ML Interest Group Members, Join us for Core Technology Section Virtual Social and Open House on Tuesday, May 7, 2024 from 1:30-2:30pm CT (Please be sure to register in advance): ...

  • we are seeking informative and trending proposals & papers for an upcoming book titled Trends and Innovations concerning Library & Information Science: A Multidisciplinary Approach. ...

  • Please excuse cross-postings. You are invited to submit a proposal for the inaugural Generative AI in Libraries (GAIL) virtual conference. This year's theme is Prompt or Perish: ...

  • Hi all, In case you missed today's ALA Core Interest Group Week session for the AI/ML in libraries group (that's us!), I wanted to share the slide deck I used. I built it out ...

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Purpose: Provides a forum for researching potential applications of Machine and Deep Learning in library science, including discussions, publications, and outreach to the wider Library community. Its goal is to educate librarians on uses of the complex techniques of machine learning and to provide a space for critically thinking both about new applications, and about the ethical and social impact of these technologies , as the field rapidly expands in the coming decade.

This group is part of Core's Technology Section.