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Friday, June 21, 2019
 
Vol. 7, No. 381
 
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The Summer of AI?

As we head into the weekend and the start of summer here in the USA, artificial intelligence continues its dominance of the news this week. While I am not surprised, given how hot of a topic it is, I echo Constance's observations from yesterday. I expected to see much more about the conferences that are now underway. Perhaps it is a sign that everyone is too wrapped up in them to write and that a catch-up deluge is coming soon. For now, we will stay in the land of AI and wish you a great weekend.

AI in the Agencies

The churning machine that is the United States Federal government is comprised of a massive array of agencies and individuals that produce an even more massive amount of data. David Curle, Director of Technology and Innovation Platform for Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute gives us some excellent insights into how artificial intelligence is being employed to make sense of it all. He writes, "Some agencies are doing state-of-the-art work, while a fair number encounter resource challenges in recruiting the best technologists." Yes, AI has opened a can of worms THAT big. Read more about moves to harness the power of federal data in: AI in the regulatory state: Stanford project maps the use of machine learning and other AI technologies in federal agencies.

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Wishing you a great weekend,

John J. DiGilio, MLIS, JD, Editor of Librarian News Digest
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  1. AI in the regulatory state: Stanford project maps the use of machine learning and other AI technologies in federal agencies, Thomson Reuters: Answers On, June 20, 2019


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  1. Bi-Annual Thomson Reuters/CRIV Conference Call, Criv Blog, June 20, 2019


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Blockchain

  1. Collateral Descriptions in UCC Financing Statements, Blockchain & Financial Services Blog: Frost Brown, June 20, 2019


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  1. Tick tock: NARA's electronic records management deadline is approaching - FCW.com, (Records Management), June 20, 2019
  2. ZL Technologies Announces In-Place Records Management Functionality - GlobeNewswire, (Records Management), June 20, 2019
Knowledge Management

  1. Vote today for the KMWorld Readers' Choice Awards, KM World Research Center: Legal, June 20, 2019
  2. Event: Why is conversation so damned important?, Wed 10 Jul 2019, London, United Kingdom, Gurteen Knowledge, June 20, 2019


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  1. Where do Information Management and Knowledge Management Meet?, Lucidea, June 20, 2019
  2. Jinfo benchmarking research (part 1 - introduction), jinfo, June 20, 2019
  3. Ex Libris Acquires RapidILL, Provider of Leading Resource-Sharing Solutions, ProQuest, June 20, 2019


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