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Outcomes

The AEOLIAN project will lead to the following outputs:

Six Workshops

  1. “Employing machine learning and artificial intelligence in cultural institutions”
  2. “Working with industry partners to explore AI/ML applications in scholarship”
  3. “What challenges do they raise in terms of privacy, ethics, research integrity, reproducibility, and bias?”
  4. “How can AI/ML help improve visitor-facing experiences?”
  5. “Creating and interrogating all document types and unlocking new data.”
  6. “What sorts of new and emerging methods will enable new breakthroughs in working with digital collections?”

Five Case Studies of US and UK Cultural Organisations

These case studies will feed into an open-access 100-page report for an interdisciplinary audience outlining avenues for future research.

Two Collections of Essays
These collections will be based on research from the AEOLIAN project, and will be published as special issue of journal or edited collection.

Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) Blog Post

The first blog post, written by Paul Gooding, Senior Lecturer in Information Studies at the University of Glasgow, was published on the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) blog. A not-for-profit membership organization, the DPC was founded in 2002, and now gathers more than 100 agencies from 13 countries. The blog post introduces the AEOLIAN network and its project outputs. It also encouraged readers to join our AEOLIAN list-serv to receive updates on our initiative and latest news.

Artificial Intelligence for Libraries, Archives & Museums (AI4LAM) Blog Post

The second blog post, published on the Artificial Intelligence for Libraries, Archives & Museums website, has been written by Glen Worthey, Associate Director for Research Support Services in the HathiTrust Research Center, based in the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign School of Information Sciences. Formed in 2018, AI4LAM is a collaborative framework for libraries, archives and museums to organize, share and elevate their knowledge about and use of artificial intelligence. This blog post details our partnerships and work so far, as well as our upcoming workshop on July 7. It also encourages readers to join our AEOLIAN list-serve to keep up to date with the project.

Archives Hub REVIEW: ‘Employing Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Cultural Institutions Workshop’. 

Adrian Stevenson, Technical Innovations Manager of Digital Resources at Jisc reviews the first workshop from the AEOLIAN project for Archives Hub.