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Minitex News articles tagged with "Artificial Intelligence" (4):

Summer book recommendations from AI

I became more curious about using artificial intelligence (AI) after attending the discussion session “The Future is Here: Navigating the tech landscape” at Minitex Connect. I also usually have a hard time deciding what to read during the summer. So I asked AI for some recommendations. Read more to find out what they are.

Register today for MTLA's half-day workshop on artificial intelligence and libraries

The Minnesota Theological Library Association is hosting a workshop to be led on May 10 by Dr. Rajeev Bukralia. Dr. Bukralia serves on the faculty of the Department of Computer Information Science at Minnesota State University, Mankato. The RSVP deadline is March 22.

Generative AI tools and information worth exploring

Keeping track of the rapid pace of development of artificial intelligence is difficult. This article is a great place to start. It provides simple descriptions and links to several of the tools freely available today.

CLIC Conference recap: Artificial Intelligence, Creative Design, and Libraries

On April 23, Lizzy Baus attended and presented at the CLIC consortium's annual conference. This year the theme was Artificial Intelligence, Creative Design, and Libraries. All the speakers were well-received, and participants left the conference ready to think differently and explore new ideas.