Dr Graham McDonald – A Framework for Technology-Assisted Sensitivity Review – Unlocking our Digital Past workshop

Graham McDonald (Lecturer in Information Retrieval at the University of Glasgow) spoke at the first Unlocking our Digital Past workshop. Graham’s talk explored the use of AI in undertaking sensitivity reviews for born-digital archival material. You can view Graham’s presentation below.

Dr Annalina Caputo – Access to Digital Archives: A Temporal Perspective of Meaning – Unlocking our Digital Past workshop

Annalina Caputo (Assistant Professor in the School of Computing, Dublin City University) spoke at the first Unlocking our Digital Past workshop. Annalina’s talk explored temporal perspectives on meaning in digital archives through the use of AI technologies. You can view Annalina’s presentation below.

Dr Adam Nix – User Perspectives on Discovery within Born-digital collections – Unlocking our Digital Past workshop

Adam Nix (Lecturer in Responsible Business at the University of Birmingham) spoke at the first Unlocking our Digital Past workshop on 19 July 2021. Adam’s talk explored the different ways in which researchers might explore born-digital archives and the potential of AI technologies in supporting them. You can view Adam’s presentation and download his slidesContinue reading “Dr Adam Nix – User Perspectives on Discovery within Born-digital collections – Unlocking our Digital Past workshop”

Professor Jason R Baron – Records Hiding in Broad Daylight: Using AI to Solve Access Issues for Public Sector Email – Unlocking our Digital Past workshop

Jason R Baron (Professor of Practice, University of Maryland) spoke at the first Unlocking our Digital Past workshop on 19 July 2021. Jason’s talk explored the use of AI methods to support access to the email archives from the public sector. You can view Jason’s presentation below.

Dr Jenny Bunn – Using AI to Support the Management of Digital Public Records – Unlocking our Digital Past workshop

Jenny Bunn (Head of Archives Research, The National Archives) spoke at the first Unlocking our Digital Past workshop on 19 July 2021. Jenny’s talk explored the potential of AI technologies in supporting the management of digital public records. You can view Jenny’s presentation and download the slides below.