Several key concerns regarding AI have emerged over the last few months – often focusing on the nature of the data (or source) that AIs draw from or are fed. Where does the data come from? Who owns it? How can we use it? How can we create, collect, curate and utilise data sources to leverage the potential of AI?
In our work in the GLAMR sector understanding sources can be approached and understood from several perspectives. In this webinar we look at three library or archive perspectives: data, intellectual property (copyright), and evidence; and we examine how rapidly developing AI technology is impacting the ways we approach these concepts and associated practices.
A Zoom link to join the meeting will be sent to you the day before the webinar.
Elliott Bledsoe (Australian Digital Alliance)
Elliott has extensive experience in copyright, with a focus on the
interplay between rights and creative practice. In addition to working
at the ADA and the Australian Libraries and Archives Copyright Coalition
(ALACC) he is also the Co-lead of Creative Commons Australia.
Ingrid Mason (National Film and Sound Archive; AI4LAM)
Ingrid is a technologist, cultural heritage informatics, data curation and preservation specialist, with extensive experience in the development of national research and data infrastructure. Ingrid is a senior manager in the Digital branch of the National Film and Sound Archive leading digital transformation through program management and she co-convenes the Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand regional chapter of AI4LAM (Artificial Intelligence, for Libraries, Archives and Museums).
Alisa Howlett is an award-winning library and information practitioner-researcher with professional industry experience in government archives, records and information management and university libraries. Her research and practical work involve utilising evidence-based practice approaches to drive and inform service design, delivery and continuous improvement. Alisa is an ALIA distinguished certified professional and is currently studying a Graduate Diploma of Psychology at the University of Adelaide.
Tuesday, 1 August 1:00pm – 2:00pm AEST
On Zoom - a link will be sent the day prior.
Please note this event will be recorded and available for attendees to view
ALIA, CAUL, LIANZA, ADA and NSLA members - FREE
(CAUL, NSLA and ADA members should contact [email protected] to register for no cost.)
Non-members - $30
Registrations up to 3 weeks prior = full refund
Registrations between 1-2 weeks prior = 50% refund
Registrations cancelled 1 week prior or later = no refund
Registrations can be transferred to other individuals at no cost (in the same registration category).
Contact [email protected] for information.