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 ==== General Introduction ==== ==== General Introduction ====
  
-**[[http://​www.kenchadconsulting.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2019/​10/​AI-The-role-and-opportunity-in-libraries-ILI-Oct2019.pdf|AI-the role and opportunity for libraries**]]**. By Ken Chad\\+ ​[[https://​www.oclc.org/​research/​publications/​2019/​oclcresearch-responsible-operations-data-science-machine-learning-ai.html|Responsible Operations: Data Science, Machine Learning, and AI in Libraries]]. Padilla, Thomas. OCLC Research. 2019 
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 +"​Responsible Operations is intended to help chart library community engagement with data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI) and was developed in partnership with an advisory group and a landscape group comprised of more than 70 librarians and professionals from universities,​ libraries, museums, archives, and other organizations.This research agenda presents an interdependent set of technical, organizational,​ and social challenges to be addressed en route to library operationalization of data science, machine learning, and AI." 
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 +**[[http://​www.kenchadconsulting.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2019/​10/​AI-The-role-and-opportunity-in-libraries-ILI-Oct2019.pdf|AI-the role and opportunity for libraries**]]** . By Ken Chad\\
 Data, analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) are becoming pervasive. However Kriti Sharma, VP Artificial Intelligence for Sage remarked (in Information Professional. March 2019), ‘today if you look at the very successful AI applications at scale they are in the field of making people click more ads". So what *is* the role AI in libraries? The presentation explores broad themes that are especially relevant to libraries: Data; Curation and Ethics. It also discuses sub themes around AI in regard to Collections;​ Research Teaching & Learning/​Student Success & Student Wellbeing. Presented at Internet Librarian International on 15th October 2019 Data, analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) are becoming pervasive. However Kriti Sharma, VP Artificial Intelligence for Sage remarked (in Information Professional. March 2019), ‘today if you look at the very successful AI applications at scale they are in the field of making people click more ads". So what *is* the role AI in libraries? The presentation explores broad themes that are especially relevant to libraries: Data; Curation and Ethics. It also discuses sub themes around AI in regard to Collections;​ Research Teaching & Learning/​Student Success & Student Wellbeing. Presented at Internet Librarian International on 15th October 2019
  
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