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Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence

Information about AI research at the Library and elsewhere, AI literacy for non-experts, and AI in everyday life.


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AI Research at the Library

The Library subscribes to a wide variety of journals, ebooks and databases that include information and research about AI.


O'Reilly Learning

A good first stop is O'Reilly's topic page on Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning. There you'll find courses, ebooks, audiobooks, videos and articles to help you learn more about and how to use AI, machine learning, GPT, deep learning, natural language processing and other subtopics.

Conference Proceedings & Journal Articles

Handbooks & Guidance

Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality And Threatens Democracy

The First Year Read's 2021 pick was Weapons of Math Destruction by Cathy O'Neil, on the subject of AI and Big Data. Read the book below and explore the Library's resource guide.

Professional Development & Learning Opportunities at Stevens