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-<font 18px/​inherit;;​inherit;;​inherit>​**Higher Education Library Technology Briefing Papers Briefing papers available to all – under a very open (CC0) license -so feel free to share**</​font>​+<font 18px/​inherit;;​inherit;;​inherit>​**Higher Education Library Technology Briefing Papers Briefing papers available to all – under a very open (CC0) license - so feel free to share**</​font>​
  
 <font 18px/​inherit;;​rgb(192,​ 57, 43);;​inherit>​**"​I just want to say how perfect these are for our librarian audience. Perfect length, perfect tone, and perfect amount of technical info". **</​font><​font 18px/​inherit;;​inherit;;​inherit>​**Jim Lynch, Techsoupglobal.org**</​font>​ <font 18px/​inherit;;​rgb(192,​ 57, 43);;​inherit>​**"​I just want to say how perfect these are for our librarian audience. Perfect length, perfect tone, and perfect amount of technical info". **</​font><​font 18px/​inherit;;​inherit;;​inherit>​**Jim Lynch, Techsoupglobal.org**</​font>​
  
-===== See also LibTech ​Dialogues ​(Webinars) =====+===== See also the following HE LibTech ​Dialogue ​(Webinar) =====
  
 **The use and potential for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in academic libraries** **The use and potential for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in academic libraries**
  
-A recording of the webinar is available o ‘**[[https://​helibtech.com/​artificial_intelligence|Artificial Intelligence page of  HELibTech]]** +Library consultant Ken Chad was in discussion with Ruth Pickering, co-founder and chief strategy and business development officer at Yewno. This was is an opportunity to meet with a key industry leader to talk about the strategic issues. What are the problems that AI can address and for whom? What about issues like bias? What new opportunities can AI bring to libraries? The dialogue took place on 8th December, 2021 and lasted for 35 minutes. A recording of the webinar is available on the ‘**[[https://​helibtech.com/​artificial_intelligence|Artificial Intelligence page of HELibTech]]**
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-This is the second in a series of ‘LibTech’ dialogues. ​Library consultant Ken Chad was in discussion with Ruth Pickering, co-founder and chief strategy and business development officer at Yewno. This was is an opportunity to meet with a key industry leader to talk about the strategic issues. What are the problems that AI can address and for whom? What about issues like bias? What new opportunities can AI bring to libraries? The dialogue took place on 8th December, 2021 and lasted for 35 minutes+
  
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