Artificial Intelligence

Library AI Initiative

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The Library AI initiative at Stanford, which began in fall quarter 2017, is a program to identify and enact applications of artificial intelligence —machine perception, machine learning, machine reasoning, and language recognition— that will help us make our rich collections of maps, photographs, manuscripts, data sets and other assets more easily discoverable, accessible, and analyzable for scholars.

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Occasionally I review the analytics for content published via the Stanford Digital Repository to see what is currently trending. Upon returning to my Lathrop desk in January after the recent winter break, I checked in and discovered that a dissertation submitted last month by student Danqi Chen had enjoyed a whopping 2,736 pageviews in just four weeks since it was published on December 11, 2018. That is an extraordinarily impressive number!

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