SLAAIT Bibliography

A bibliography of resources compiled for the SLAAIT Working group maintained in a public Zotero group:

Last Updated: February 5, 2024

Abram, S. (2023, December 7). Canadian privacy regulators launch principles for responsible development and use of generative AI. Stephen’s Lighthouse.

Acemoglu, D. (2024, January 18). Get Ready for the Great AI Disappointment. Wired.

AI vs Machine Learning. (2023, April 10).

Arsenault, A. C., & Kreps, S. E. (2022). AI and International Politics. In J. B. Bullock, The Oxford Handbook of AI Governance. Oxford University Press.

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) Literacy Act of 2023, House of Representatives, 118th Congress, 1st Session (2023).

Bodine, S. (2023, July 23). How some North Texas startups are embracing the surge in AI technology. Denton Record-Chronicle.

Bryant, K. (2023, March 31). How AI Will Impact The Next Generation Workforce. Forbes.

Chapnick, A. J. (Director). (2024, January 2). How AI and other technologies are making the world more accessible to the blind. In 1A. NPR.

Chen, D. W. (2024, January 11). State Legislators, Wary of Deceptive Election Ads, Tighten A.I. Rules. The New York Times.

Coffey, L. (2024, January 17). University Librarians See Urgent Need for AI Ethics. Inside Higher Ed.

Coop, G. (2023, May 9). CALS preparing federal lawsuit over library bill, director alleges censorship. Arkansas Times.

Dahl, M., Magesh, V., Suzgun, M., & Ho, D. E. (2024, January 11). Hallucinating Law: Legal Mistakes with Large Language Models are Pervasive. Stanford University Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence.

Davidson, N. (2023, October 30). Map: How Are State and Local Governments Navigating AI Regulation? Government Technology.

DW Shift (Director). (2019, November 15). WHY Face Recognition acts racist. YouTube.

EBSCO. (2023). EBSCO Information Services Pursues Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) Opportunities. EBSCO.

Edwards, B. (2024a, January 11). At Senate AI hearing, news executives fight against “fair use” claims for AI training data. Ars Technica.

Edwards, B. (2024b, January 29). OpenAI and Common Sense Media partner to protect teens from AI harms and misuse. Ars Technica.

Estes, A. C. (2024, January 18). How copyright lawsuits could kill OpenAI. Vox.

Farago, J. (2023, December 28). A.I. Can Make Art That Feels Human. Whose Fault Is That? The New York Times.

Gonzalez Monserrate, S. (2022, February 14). The Staggering Ecological Impacts of Computation and the Cloud. The MIT Press Reader.

Goodin, D. (2024, January 25). AI will increase the number and impact of cyberattacks, intel officers say. ARSTechnica.

Griffey, J. (2019, March 1). AI and Machine Learning. American Libraries Magazine.

Groeneveld, D., Beltagy, I., Walsh, P., Bhagia, A., Kinney, R., Tafjord, O., Jha, A. H., Ivison, H., Magnusson, I., Wang, Y., Arora, S., Atkinson, D., Authur, R., Chandu, K. R., Cohan, A., Dumas, J., Elazar, Y., Gu, Y., Hessel, J., … Hajishirzi, H. (2024). OLMo: Accelerating the Science of Language Models (arXiv:2402.00838). arXiv.

Grynbaum, M. M., & Mac, R. (2023, December 27). The Times Sues OpenAI and Microsoft Over A.I.’s Use of Copyrighted Work. The New York Times.

Guglielmo, C. (2024, January 16). Everyday AI: Chatbots Are Rewriting How We Live and Work Today – CNET. CNET.

Hart, K. (2019, September 21). How a chatbot boosted graduation rates at Georgia State. Axios.

Hess, M. R., & Markman, C. (2023). Beyond the Hype Cycle: Experiments with ChatGPT’s Advanced Data Analysis at the Palo Alto City Library. The Code4Lib Journal, 58.

Hsu, T. (2024, February 5). Fake and Explicit Images of Taylor Swift Started on 4chan, Study Says. The New York Times.

IBM Technology (Director). (2022, March 31). Machine Learning vs Deep Learning.

IBM Technology (Director). (2023, November 10). The 7 Types of AI – And Why We Talk (Mostly) About 3 of Them. YouTube.

IFLA Artificial Intelligence SIG. (2023). Developing a library strategic response to Artificial Intelligence. International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA).

IFLA FAIFE (Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression). (2020). IFLA Statement on Libraries and Artificial Intelligence. International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA).

Jisc. (2024). Generative AI – a primer. Jisc.

Kahana, E. (2021, November 5). AI and the Corrosive Effect of Careless Definition. Stanford Law School.

Keh, A., & Thompson, S. A. (2024, January 25). He Died in a Tragic Accident. Why Did the Internet Say He Was Murdered? The New York Times.

Lankes, R. (2023). Corrosive AI: Emerging Effects of the Use of Generative AI on Political Trust [University College Dublin].

Lankes, R. D. (2023a, April 12). Inspiring Joy in the Library Ecosystem. R. David Lankes.

Lankes, R. D. (2023b, December 5). Meet Virtual Virtual Dave (not a typo). R. David Lankes.

Levy, S. (2023, December 22). How Not to Be Stupid About AI, With Yann LeCun. Wired.

Lo, L. S. (2024). Evaluating AI Literacy in Academic Libraries: A Survey Study with a Focus on U.S. Employees. University of New Mexico Digital Repository.

Lynch, S. (2023, December 8). What to Expect in AI in 2024. Stanford University Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence.

McKinsey. (2023, April 24). What is AI (Artificial Intelligence)? McKinsey & Company.

National Conference of State Legislatures. (2024, January 12). Artificial Intelligence 2023 Legislation. National Conference of State Legislatures.

National Institute of Standards and Technology. (2022, March 16). There’s More to AI Bias Than Biased Data, NIST Report Highlights. NIST News.

Olander, O., Wilkes, M., O’Donnell, K., Payne, D., & Reader, R. (2024, February 4). How AI is quietly changing everyday life. Politico.

Oosterwijk, N. (2023). AI Parade. The Netherlands AI Coalition.

Paul, K. (2023, December 12). Meta used copyrighted books for AI training despite its own lawyers’ warnings, authors allege. Reuters.

Perri, L. (2023, August 17). What’s New in Artificial Intelligence From the 2023 Gartner Hype CycleTM. Gartner.

Schippers, B. (2020). Artificial Intelligence and Democratic Politics. Political Insight, 11(1), 32–35.

Schwartz, C. (2023, July 17). Events that never happened could influence the 2024 presidential election – a cybersecurity researcher explains situation deepfakes. The Conversation.

Serrano, J. (2024, February 2). Arc’s New AI Browser Features Are an Act of War Against Google Search. Gizmodo.

Simon, F. M., Altay, S., & Mercier, H. (2023, October 18). Misinformation reloaded? Fears about the impact of generative AI on misinformation are overblown. HKS Misinformation Review.

Su, J. (Director). (2023, November 14). Google’s AI Course for Beginners (in 10 minutes)! YouTube.

Thompson, S. A. (2024, January 25). We Asked A.I. to Create the Joker. It Generated a Copyrighted Image. The New York Times.

Twomey, J., Ching, D., Aylett, M. P., Quayle, M., Linehan, C., & Murphy, G. (2023). Do deepfake videos undermine our epistemic trust? A thematic analysis of tweets that discuss deepfakes in the Russian invasion of Ukraine. PLOS ONE, 18(10), e0291668.

University of Leeds Library. (2023, September 19). Looking towards a brighter future. University of Leeds Library News.

U.S. News. (2023). Best Artificial Intelligence Programs. U.S. News & World Report.

White, J. (2023, December 22). How Strangers Got My Email Address From ChatGPT’s Model. The New York Times.

Whiting, K., & Park, H. (2023, March 7). This is why “polycrisis” is a useful way of looking at the world right now. World Economic Forum.

Wolfe, M. (2023, November 10). AI year in review. Future Tools.

Youngkin, G. (2024). Guidelines for AI Integration Throughout Education in the Commonwealth of Virgina. Commonwealth of Virginia.

Youngman, T., Appedu, S., Tacheva, Z., & Patin, B. (2023). Flashing the Hazard Lights: Interrogating Discourses of Disruptive Algorithmic Technologies in LIS Education. Proceedings of the 2023 ALISE Annual Conference, 2023: ALISE Proceedings.

Zewe, A. (2023, November 9). Explained: Generative AI. MIT News.

Zhu, K. (2023, March 8). The State of State AI Laws: 2023. EPIC – Electronic Privacy Information Center.