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Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and Fairness: A Collection Development Perspective
Ewing, Stacey
Seale, Colleen
Florida Association of College and Research Libraries
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A new initiative to establish artificial intelligence (AI) research and development at the University of Florida also aims to provide every student with a basic competency in AI regardless of their field of study. Traditionally, AI research has been grounded in STEM fields, especially computer science, robotics, and technology. Our primary challenge is to build a collection supporting the curricular and research needs of our students, faculty, and staff that branches out from STEM and into the humanities and social sciences. A second and equally important goal is to provide resources addressing issues inherent to AI, such as ethics and fairness, algorithmic bias, the gender gap, privacy concerns, and the underrepresentation of diverse groups. This poster will present a toolkit of resources, including a selected reading list of key titles, journals, websites, organizations, and other methods to develop a balanced collection in this emerging area of AI in the humanities and social sciences.
Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Stacey Ewing.

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