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Blurred Boundaries and Records Resilience: How COVID-19 Changed Records Management
by Kurt Brenneman
When the COVID-19 pandemic halted the world in March 2020, records managers had to keep going. On May 4, 2020, a group of leading memory organizations around the world—including U.S.-based records management association ARMA International—called for the perseverance of good records management by governments, schools, research institutions, and businesses in a statement titled "COVID-19: The Duty to Document Does Not Cease in a Crisis, It Becomes More Essential."

Weekly News Digests
Sage Unveils New Company Branding
Sage shares the following in a blog post titled "A Sage Refresh": "Over the next few months, you may notice some changes to our look—our logo, font, colors, imagery, and more—and the way we talk about our company. Sage's identity as an independent company has always been a guiding principle for how we run our business and support partners like you, and this refreshed brand more effectively infuses this spirit of independence into everything we touch."
Denodo Releases Results of The State of Federal Data Strategy Survey
Denodo announced the following: "According to a recent survey, conducted across IT decision-makers and influencers in the federal government, seven out of ten (71%) have heard of the U.S. Federal Data Strategy (FDS) that outlines a broad, ten-year agenda and vision for federal agencies to leverage data as a strategic asset."
Ars Technica Breaks Down the Latest Copyright Office Guidance on Artificial Intelligence
Ashley Belanger writes the following in "Authors Risk Losing Copyright if AI Content Is Not Disclosed, US Guidance Says" for Ars Technica: "As generative AI technologies like GPT-4 and Midjourney have rapidly gotten more sophisticated and their creative use has exploded in popularity, the US Copyright Office has issued guidance … to clarify when AI-generated material can be copyrighted."
Ithaka S+R Spearheads Research Project on AI in Higher Education
Danielle Miriam Cooper, Dylan Ruediger, and Roger C. Schonfeld write the following in "Making AI Generative for Higher Education" for Ithaka S+R: "The ability of computers to create original content is advancing rapidly, spurring an investment arms race within the technology sector. As these advancements touch every area of higher education, universities face decisions about how and when AI can support student learning and faculty research."
The Atlantic: The Future of ChatGPT and White-Collar Jobs
Annie Lowrey writes the following in "How ChatGPT Will Destabilize White-Collar Work" for The Atlantic (subscription required): "ChatGPT is just one of many mind-blowing generative AI tools released recently, including the image generators Midjourney and DALL-E and the video generator Synthesia. The upside of these AI tools is easy to see: They're going to produce a tremendous amount of digital content, quickly and cheaply."

NewsLink Spotlight
The Latest Pew Research Center Reports From 2022 and 2023
by Brandi Scardilli
NewsBreaks often covers recent surveys and reports from Pew Research Center, "a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world." Its website has 12 main topic sections, each showcasing the latest research, which is collected in reports, fact sheets, or other formats that extrapolate respondents' answers to cover the entire U.S. (or other) population. There is a summary page that includes the methodology for how the information was collected and a link to download and read the full report.

This Spotlight shares some of the latest reports from 2022 and 2023.

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