Talley, Nancy B. (2016). Imagining the Use of Intelligent Agents and Artificial Intelligence in Academic Law Libraries. Law Library Journal, 108(3), 383-401. Retrieved from https://doi.org/doi:10.7282/T3Z03C65
AbstractAcademic law librarians should consider ways to incorporate intelligent technology into their libraries in order to benefit the law school community. This article explains the distinction between intelligent agents and artificial intelligence, discusses current and potential future uses for both, provides examples of how academic law librarians can use them, and explores their benefits and drawbacks. Finally, it examines issues unique to law libraries, including how the ABA standards could affect the use of these technologies.
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