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Friday, November 16, 2018
 
Vol. 7, No. 228
 
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Friday Forward

In our daily digest, we report quite regularly on change within the industry. Evolution, innovation, the topic permeates all that we do. For some, the rapid pace of this change is worrisome and even daunting. But for many, including us here at Pinhawk, we see it as an unending series of opportunities that present information professionals with the chance to continue to grow, reinvent themselves, and reinvigorate their value. It is all about how you approach the challenges that change presents. Today's highlights give us some perspective on a number of the transformations that are under way as well the creative solutions that are already being applied.

Artificial Authors

What happens when machines begin actually contributing to the creative process? At what point do they get credit for the role they played? Joe Hodnicki shares a very interesting article with us that sheds some light on this situation. While it may sound futuristic, the age of machine as creator is indeed upon us. Noting just one area of concern, the authors write, "The advent of such creative tools, and the corollary vanishing presence of the human in the creative pipeline, raises a number of fundamental questions in terms of copyright protection." Follow their thinking at: Authorship in the Age of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

The Changing Nature of Change

In many ways, handling change is much like a game of chess. The key to victory is getting ahead of it and controlling the game itself. My LAC Group colleague Eleanor Windsor takes just such a strategic approach to change management. I was delighted to see an interview with her come across today's feeds and wanted to share her insights with you. Of tackling change from a project standpoint she says, "There are various approaches but the best change projects I've seen have been clearly planned and rolled out in a balanced way. You can read her insights and get her experiences in: Managing change projects with knowledge.

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John J. DiGilio, MLIS, JD, Editor of Librarian News Digest
Vice President of Research & Intelligence, LAC Group
Founder & Co-editor, TILT blog
Phone: 323.302.9438
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Top News

  1. Authorship in the Age of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, Law Librarian Blog (Law Prof), November 15, 2018
  2. Managing change projects with knowledge, LAC Group, November 15, 2018


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JOBS

Featured This Week

  1. Featured job: Client Services Manager
  2. Featured article: Busting the myths of working remote
Career Center by LibGig

  1. Archivist for Collection Development - Yale University: Archives & Records Management. USA - CT - New Haven
  2. Library Administrative Assistant (Part-Time) - LAC Group: Administrative. USA - CA - Glendora
  3. Adult Services Librarian - Douglas County Libraries: Librarian. USA - CO - Parker
  4. Metadata Specialist Coordinator - University of MD, College Park: Technical Services. USA - MD - College Park
  5. Library Assistants (temporary) - LAC Group: Library Paraprofessional. USA - MD - Montgomery County

For additional job listings visit the LibGig site.


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Insights from Feit Consulting

Providing expertise and strategy to modernize your law library and achieve optimal contracts

  1. Attention! Participate in the 2019 Legal Information Vendor Market Survey, November 15, 2018
  2. Michael Feit in Legaltech News: Inside Bloomberg BNA’s Fall Pricing Surprise, November 15, 2018
  3. How and Why Your Firm Can Make the Case for the Modern Library, November 15, 2018
  4. Lexis’s Legal Pricing Strategy Has Haters, But Might Be a Risk Worth Taking, November 15, 2018
  5. Law Library Strategy and The New Normal, November 15, 2018
  6. Prepare, Pushback, and Pilot, November 15, 2018


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RESEARCH / REFERENCE

Legal Research

  1. Bloomberg Law adds SEC Tools, Criv Blog, November 15, 2018


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RESOURCES

Blockchain

  1. Registration Requirements for “Decentralized” Exchanges under the Federal Securities Laws: The Case of EtherDelta, Blockchain and the Law: Proskauer, November 15, 2018


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OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES / TOPICS

Artificial Intelligence

  1. 5 Questions for Raad Ahmed: “AI & Machine Learning Will be at the Heart of Every Lawyer’s Practice”, Legal Executive Institute: Blog, November 15, 2018
Technology

  1. Don’t Use Free iOS or Android VPN Apps, Your IT Consultant, November 15, 2018


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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Press Releases

  1. Copyright Clearance Center Announces Enhancements to Award-Winning Content Workflow Solution, RightFind®, Copyright Clearance Center, November 15, 2018
  2. Anythink partners as OCLC Wise early adopter, OCLC, November 15, 2018
  3. Westlaw Edge Hits 1,500 Sales in First 15 Weeks, Legal Current: Thomson Reuters, November 15, 2018


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