“Applying and deploying AI in GLAMs” – Call for workshop proposals

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The AI4LAM Teaching and Learning Working Group is organizing a series of online workshops on the week of March 29, 2021 to provide training opportunities for those interested in applying and deploying AI in Libraries, Galleries, Archives, and Museums.

We intend to bring together a diverse community of experts with subject and domain expertise, as well as technologists across GLAM institutions for a collaborative learning event. The workshops should include a critical reflection about the process of applying AI and its implications in GLAM institutions.


If you are interested in offering a workshop, please submit a brief proposal through this form: https://forms.gle/ge4AzP8a2zBts47g6.
Deadline to submit a proposal is Feb 12, 2021.

Workshops should be no longer than 2 hours if possible and be based on materials (notebooks, code repositories, pre-recorded mini-lectures, demos etc) that are made available at least 2 weeks before the event. The live Zoom session will be for interactive time and also serves to review material and field questions, or for group discussions. Additional communication will be available on AI4LAM Slack channels.

Questions can be addressed to triznam@si.edu, cengel@stanford.edu or the #teaching-and-learning-ai channel on ai4lam.slack.com

website: ai4lam.org

 

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