New videos from CNI’s Fall 2019 Membership Meeting have been added to our channels:
Memory Institutions and Deep Digital Disruption: Beyond the Technical Challenges of Born-digital Preservation, (Carol Mandel, Council on Library and Information Resources; Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information)
The presenters share the work that each has been undertaking to frame and address the profound changes in collection and stewardship posed by born-digital content.
Ready or Not: Here Comes Voice Search, (Carl Grant [for Twila Camp & Tim Smith], University of Oklahoma)
This talk discusses the impact of voice search, how libraries can prepare and harness its potential, and the caveats for this artificial intelligence-driven technology.
Can We Talk? Adding a Smart Assistant Interface to Library Services, Greg Davis, Lisa Smith (Iowa State U.)
The Iowa State University Parks Library has been working with a third-party developer to create a smart assistant app, currently based on Amazon Alexa technology, to interface with various library services.
Previously released from this meeting:
Artificial Intelligence: Impacts and Roles for Libraries, (Keith Webster, Carnegie Mellon University; Jason Griffey, National Information Standards Organization)
Discusses the evolution of artificial intelligence and potential impacts on libraries including opportunities for libraries to support AI education and research.
Forgetting and Being Forgotten: Growing Up in a Digital Era, Kate Eichhorn (The New School)
A Fragmented Landscape, Collaborations Refreshed, and CNI’s 2019-20 Program, Clifford Lynch (CNI) It includes a farewell to Joan Lippincott, CNI’s longtime associate executive director. YouTube: https://youtu.be/TrXCCyxy4hU
Look for more announcements soon of other video offerings from the fall 2019 CNI meeting (https://www.cni.org/mm/fall-2019). To see all videos produced by CNI, visit our video channels on YouTube (www.youtube.com/cnivideo) and Vimeo (vimeo.com/channels/cni).
-Diane Goldenberg-Hart, CNI