Artificial Intelligence and Archives

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The Municipal Archive of Girona organized a Seminar within the framework of the Faber-Llull Residency (Olot, Catalonia) and the project InterPARES Trust AI of the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada), and with the collaboration of the Society of Catalan Archivists.

“Artificial Intelligence and Archives

Thursday April 27 – From 10:00 h to 14:00 h (CEST)

 

Several international experts in their respective professional fields from Brazil, Canada, Catalonia, Croatia, Egypt, France and the Republic of South Africa, presented their current projects in relation to Artificial Intelligence and Archives, as well as the challenges and potentialities they pose for organizations and professionals.

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