Research Libraries Guiding Principles for Artificial Intelligence (AI)

“The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has issued a set of “Research Libraries Guiding Principles for Artificial Intelligence.” AI technologies, and in particular, generative AI, have significant potential to improve access to information and advance openness in research outputs. AI also has the potential to disrupt information landscapes and the communities that research libraries support and serve. The increasing availability of AI models sparks many possibilities and raises several ethical, professional, and legal considerations.

Articulating a set of research libraries guiding principles for AI is useful to influence policy and advocate for the responsible development and deployment of AI technologies, promote ethical and transparent practices, and build trust among stakeholders, within research libraries as well as across the research environment. These principles will serve as a foundational framework for the ethical and transparent use of AI and reflect the values we hold in research libraries. ARL will rely on these principles in our policy advocacy and engagement.”

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Jürgen Plieninger (2024, 26. April). Research Libraries Guiding Principles for Artificial Intelligence (AI). netbib. Abgerufen am 24. Juni 2024, von https://doi.org/10.58079/wb76

Autor: Jürgen Plieninger

Jürgen Plieninger, früher Bibliothekar in einer One-Person Library, Soziologe, Blogger in diversen Weblogs zu den Themen Bibliothek, OPL, Recherche, Fortbildung, Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten, Kurse in den Bereichen Recherche, Arbeitsorganisation und Web 2.0. Engagiert im bibliothekarischen Verband BIB. - Weitere Infos finden Sie auf https://jplie.wordpress.com/

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