Keeping Up with Artificial Intelligence - AI in Research
Artificial Intelligence… it’s more than just a buzzword!
AI has the capacity to disrupt the research landscape as we know it. In fact, it already is! From data mining to transcribing, textual analysis to search discovery, AI has already infiltrated the research environment. As this type of technology becomes more and more accessible, it is up to us, the researcher, to learn how we can develop healthy relationships with AI.
This presentation will dive into the current landscape of AI's influence on the research process. We will discuss the various available technologies and the future of research as we know it.
- Navigate the various technologies already in use
- Describe how AI can be used in the research process
- Develop strategies for working with AI
- Create a framework for future AI adoption
Note that this workshop will not discuss the mechanics of AI, but rather its implications on society.
Date: Thursday, March 19, 2020
Duration: 1 hour
Room: Innovation Commons A
Building/Location: McLennan-Redpath Complex
Associated Branch: Humanities and Social Sciences Library
Campus: Downtown Campus
To register, sign up here.
- Thursday, March 19, 2020
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm
- Humanities and Social Sciences Library
- Amanda Wheatley, Sandy Hervieux