ATG Quirkies: Has A.I. Met Its Match?

The answer appears to be yes! Evidently, “the algorithms that computers use to determine what objects are – a cat, a dog, or a toaster, for instance–have a vulnerability.” This vulnerabil...
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ATG News & Announcements 1/10/18

ARL Leadership & Career Development Program (LCDP) 2018–2019. Call for Nominations and Applications by February 21; 2018 Academic Library Impact Research Grants;  *New LPC resource for the librar...

ATG People in The News 1/10/18

Mary Lee Kennedy Named ARL Executive Director According to ARL News “the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Board of Directors has appointed Mary Lee Kennedy executive director of the Asso...

ATG Quirkies: Midwesterners Unite!

Here is a post from a local Omaha paper that features of all things, a academic journal that chips away at stereotypes by taking closer look at Midwestern culture. Started three years ago, the Middle...

ATG News You Need to Start the Week 1/8/18

Germany vs Elsevier: universities win temporary journal access after refusing to pay fees;  *C&RL News – January 2018 is now available;  *The Realities of Research Data Management Part Three: Inc...

ATG News & Announcements 1/3/18

All SNSF research publications to become freely available as of 2020;  *Frontiers forms open access publishing agreement with Cardiff University;  *Mapping the future of academic libraries;   *Texas ...

ATG People in the News 1/2/18

Lance Werner: LJ’s 2018 Librarian of the Year According to Library Journal “if you ask Lance Werner, executive director of the Kent District Library (KDL), MI, what makes him a strong leader, a...

ATG Conferences, Meetings and Webinars 12/29/17

Professional Growth And Development Opportunities ARL; ALCTS; ARL/ACRL; NISO ARL to Host Events at American Library Association Midwinter Meeting in Denver, Colorado ARL News reports that “the ...