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A Work in Progress: CCC and Artificial Intelligence
by Dave Shumaker
In a recent town hall webinar, The Heart of the Matter: Copy­right, AI Training and LLMs, CCC (Copyright Clearance Center) made the case that current artificial intelligence (AI) technology infringes copyrights, both in the way its underlying large language models (LLMs) are developed, or trained, and in the outputs it enables users to create.

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Reviews of the Upcoming Kobo Color E-Readers
Kobo is releasing two color e-readers on April 30. A good place to get users' opinions is the official Kobo Reddit thread, and many sites have begun posting reviews. Here are a few.
Women in Librarianship Webinar Recording Available
On the IFLA-L email list, Loida Garcia-Febo, chair of the IFLA Management of Library Associations, shared a link to the recording of a free webinar she moderated in March titled "Bridging the Gap: In Support of Women in Librarianship—A Conversation With ALA Presidents."
ALA Rolls Out Its Annual #FundLibraries Campaign
Advocates can use the #FundLibraries action center to contact their government representatives.
Hootsuite Will Buy Talkwalker, Bringing AI to Social Media Management
Social media manager Hootsuite plans to acquire Talkwalker, an AI-powered social listening solution.
The AM Archival School for Ukraine Is a Summer Program for Young Professionals
AM is partnering with the Galt Museum & Archives to support an international initiative for preserving Ukrainian cultural heritage.

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Librarians After Hours, Part 3
by Thomas Pack
Thomas Pack writes the After Hours column for¬†Information Today newsmagazine, which features a quick look at sites info pros might not know about, but should. It reflects when readers would typically have a chance to dig into the sites covered—that is, after work hours. This article features excerpts from Pack's columns from January/February 2023 to November/December 2023.

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