LIBNOVA will be present at the next C.U.A. event “Bridging the Spectrum: A Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science” which will take place in Washington next 9th of February.
Paul Severn will represent LIBNOVA and will talk about LIBNOVA’s latest research and findings in his presentation “Learnings from Artificial Intelligence Applied to Digital Preservation”. In his talk, Paul Severn will share with the audience some insights about artificial intelligence, neural networks and deep learning technologies, and provide and update on LIBNOVA’s research results and notes on the disruptive changes that will be triggered as this emerging technology is applied to libraries, archives and knowledge management fields in general.
The talk will take place at Pryzbyla Student Center, The American Catholic University in Washington, DC. from 11:00 am to 12:15 am.