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Tuesday, February 13, 2024

How ChatGPT Is Impacting Students and Their Interactions With Librarians video clip

How ChatGPT Is Impacting Students and Their Interactions With Librarians

The emergence of ChatGPT has done much to muddy the waters as to what constitutes plagiarism on university campuses, as well as created confusion due to concerns over bias, uncertainty over what it is and how it should and should not be used, and frustration over unsettlingly common and misleading AI hallucinations. National University Library reference and instruction librarian Dan Johnston discusses these concerns and other AI-related questions students are increasingly bringing to librarians in this clip from Internet Librarian Connect 2023.


Don't miss NewsBreaks' annual Oscars coverage ...

Jess and Brandi on the 2024 Oscars YouTube conversation

"A Librarian Looks at Oscars 2024: International Diversification Finally Bears Fruit" featuring NewsBreaks' third annual Oscars conversation about the Best Picture nominees and their accessibility at the library

"The 2024 Oscar Season at the Library" featuring library programming geared to the Oscars and librarians' thoughts on the nominees

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NewsBreaks
Using AI: Knowing Your Responsibilities and Negating Copyright Infringement
by Amber Boedigheimer
Generative artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming popular in many industries, and although the technology is not completely developed, it is presenting challenges for its users. For instance, there are legal ramifications to be considered when using this technology.

Weekly News Digests
Access Innovations Provides Knowledge Domains to Help Deploy AI Systems
"Access Innovations, Inc., provider of Data Harmony software solutions, is proud to announce that they have over 70 knowledge domains available for license to content producers in support of deployment of artificial intelligence systems in their organizations."
Freedom to Read Foundation Plans Virtual Program on Intellectual Freedom
"Freedom to Read Foundation and National Associations of Librarians of Color leaders will share how our organizations are responding to challenges to intellectual freedom and the right to access information" in the webinar Continuing the Conversation: Intellectual Freedom and Social Justice.
Clarivate Extends Financial Times Partnership for 2024 Business School Rankings
Clarivate is continuing its partnership with the Financial Times (FT) for the sixth consecutive year to get the FT's "trusted high-quality data for three of its business school rankings. ..."
Thieme and Cassyni Join Forces for AI-Enhanced Chemistry Webinars
Thieme and Cassyni will enhance Thieme Cheminar recordings with Cassyni's semantic video technology, and they'll be available to view via its smart video player.
TLC and CLCD Partner for Expanded Access to Class-Shelf Plus
CLCD (Children's Literature Comprehensive Database) entered into a strategic partnership with The Library Corporation (TLC) to meet "the shared goal of enhancing integration and expanding access to CLCD's cutting-edge products, including the revolutionary Class-Shelf Plus."

NewsLink Spotlight
The 2024 Oscar Season at the Library
by Brandi Scardilli
It's a movie buff's favorite time of year: Oscar season. The 96th Academy Awards (aka the Oscars, held by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences) will honor some of 2023's greatest movies on March 10, and public libraries are celebrating by hosting various programs. Read on to see what libraries are doing to bring awareness of the Oscar nominees to their patrons and what they think of this year's crop of nominees, including the 10 Best Picture contenders.
A Librarian Looks at Oscars 2024: International Diversification Finally Bears Fruit
by Jessica Hilburn
While 2023 highlighted the blockbusters, and 2022 made strides toward better inclusivity, 2024 is an exciting mix of both. Two of the 10 Best Picture nominees were in the top 10 highest-grossing films of the year, two are internationally produced, three are predominantly in languages other than English, and three feature Black, Korean, or Native American protagonists. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' work toward more diversification seems to be finally bearing fruit, with voters bestowing nominations on a wide variety of deserving films. Among the variety of nominees are some wonderful standouts in smaller categories as well, one of which is of particular interest for those in the library field.

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