GLAMR Machine Learning Experiments in New Zealand and Australia

This webinar from the Artificial Intelligence for Libraries, Archives, Museums group (AI4LAM) brings together three representatives from the AU and NZ gallery, library and museums scene to share their experiences with AI and machine learning experiments in managing and using their collections.

Adam Moriarty, Head of Collections Information and Access, Auckland War Memorial Museum - will provide observations based on the Museum’s experimental projects with AI and machine learning.

Julia Hickie, A/Dir Platform Transition (Trove), National Library of Australia – will provide observations on experimental machine learning work with collaborators, that has become embedded as part of Trove discovery, enhancing user experience for the masses.

Tatiana Antsoupova, Dir, Agency Engagement, National Archives of Australia - will discuss the Archives experience delivering the projects described in: More human than human? Artificial intelligence in the archive.

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