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Artificial Intelligence and Its Implications for the Present and Future of Historical Research

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Virtual AHA | AHA Colloquium | June 8, 2021

Artificial Intelligence and Its Implications for the Present and Future of Historical Research
Chair: R. Darrell Meadows, independent scholar and National Historical Publications and Records Commission
Meredith Broussard, Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute of New York University
Kate Crawford, USC Annenberg
Matthew Jones, Columbia University
Benjamin Schmidt, New York University
Joshua Sternfeld, independent scholar
Lauren Tilton, University of Richmond

Artificial intelligence systems (AI) touch nearly every facet of human activity. The prevalence of AI raises critical questions about how historians will study the contemporary era and mitigate distortion and bias while also harnessing its analytic potential. This roundtable considers the epistemological, methodological, and pedagogical implications of AI on historical practice.

Panel sponsored by:
National Endowment for the Humanities: https://www.neh.gov/
The Stanton Foundation: http://thestantonfoundation.org/
HISTORYยฎ: https://www.history.com/
Oxford University Press: https://global.oup.com/

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