UPDATE: CLIC’s Annual Conference, Artificial Intelligence and Libraries, will be held on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, in St. Paul, MN. Further details will be posted later this year.
“Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Libraries” is the CLIC theme for FY18-19. CLIC member library staff will address AI issues throughout the year, culminating in a CLIC-wide conference in the spring. Please send your suggestions for AI conference speakers to Ruth Dukelow in the CLIC Office.
Following is an AI Reading List to get you started on CLIC’s Year of AI and Libraries. Enjoy!
AI and Libraries
The Robots are Coming? Libraries and Artificial Intelligence, IFLA
Artificial intelligence and the library of the future, revisited
Libraries in the age of Artificial Intelligence, Information Today
What happens to libraries and librarians when machines can read all the books?
How libraries might change when AI, Machine learning, open data, block chain & other technologies are the norm
Ed Walters.Read/Write: Artificial intelligence Libraries. How information professionals can put AI tools into practice.
Roanoke County Library first in the nation to have robot as part of team
Stanford Libraries’ AI Series
AI and Design Thinking
Design & Artificial Intelligence: Complementary Approaches to Expand Human Intelligence
Why AI Needs a Dose of Design Thinking
AI will assist creative professionals, not replace them
Design-Thinking: How Will Artificial Intelligence Shape Our World?
Design thinking for AI Conference
AI and Metadata
Metadata, AI and automated workflows: Vendors’ news tech plans
Data, metadata and the AI horizon
Artificial Intelligence & Metadata Cataloguing: Advice For Digital Asset Managers
How AI and metadata are taking the hard work out of content discovery
Data – the fuel for artificial intelligence
AI – miscellaneous
AI for Good conference
AI for literacy for all: Q&A with Matt Keller
How video games can help Artificial Intelligence deliver real-world impact