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AM10: AI, Archives and Museums


Our working group examines the intersections of archives, museums, and artificial intelligence. Through lectures, readings, and discussions, we hope to tap into the current state of the field in AI and archives and museums.

Open to New People

Active since: 2024

  • Cornell University
  • Rochester Institute of Technology

Collaborative Goals

  • Provide an entry-level, all-are-welcome forum for learning about AI (through readings and presentations by guests) to develop base knowledge
  • AI functions such as: text generators, such as ChatGPT, visual generators, such as Midjourney, Dall-E and Stable Diffusion, Deep Learning, Neural Networks, Pattern Recognition, Natural Language, Prediction, Pattern Matching
  • Describing and applying understanding of what artificial intelligence is, as applied to the humanities and, specifically, tangible collections in museums and archives
  • Identifying and analyzing recent and current applications of AI to museums and archives
  • Examining ethics of AI applied to museums and archives

Group Organizers

Elizabeth Call

University Archivist, Rochester Institute of Technology

Haven Hawley

Associate University Librarian for Special Collections, Cornell University

Juilee Decker

Professor, History, Rochester Institute of Technology


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