NCompass Live: Tech Talk with Michael Sauers: Artificial Intelligence: Transforming Reference – Recorded Online Session

Meet “Pixel,” the chatbot at the University of Nebraska– Lincoln Library. Artificial intelligence is enabling Pixel and other types of chatbots to be trained and developed to guide and support students navigating the dense library website and complex databases. See Pixel in action and discuss the future of reference services as libraries incorporate artificial intelligence tools. Speakers: DeeAnn Allison, Director, Professor, Computer Operations and Research Services, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Lorna M Dawes, Lecturer. Learning Community Librarian, University of Nebraska.

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