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LUSTRE Workshop 2: AI and Born-Digital Archives in the Government Sector and Beyond: Challenges and Opportunities
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The second workshop organised by the AHRC-funded project Unlocking our Digital Past with Artificial Intelligence (LUSTRE) led by Dr Lise Jaillant (Loughborough University) took place on May 4th at the CDDO in London and online.
Through a series of talks, this day-long workshop continued our discussion on AI applied to born-digital archives, particularly government archives.
Invited speakers included: Dr Keegan McBride from (Oxford Internet Institute), James Lappin (CO and Loughborough University), Dr Lise Jaillant (Loughborough University), John Sheridan (Digital Director, TNA) and Professor Jason R. Baron (University of Maryland).
Artificial Intelligence in the Public Sector: Separating Myth from Reality, Dr Keegan McBride (Oxford Internet Institute).
The impact of AI on records management, James Lappin (Loughborough University).
AI and Archives from a Researcher’s Viewpoint, Dr Lise Jaillant (Loughborough University).
Navigating the maelstrom (looking for lighthouses), John Sheridan (The National Archives).
Is NARA Ready Yet? The Newly Extended 2024 Start Date for Accessioning Records into the US National Archives Only in Electronic and Digital Formats, and What That Means, Professor Jason R. Baron (University of Maryland).