Artificial Intelligence at Work Today and In History

Artificial Intelligence at Work Today and In History at the Reading Public Library this month!

Reading, MA—Curious about how Artificial Intelligence (AI) assistants work and how they can help in your daily life? Don’t know where to start? On Thursday, April 25 at 7:00 pm, RPL hosts AI @ Work with corporate consultant, Michelle LeFavor. Michelle will provide introductory training on today’s user-friendly AI tools anyone can understand – no tech background required! You’ll walk away empowered to implement AI solutions tailored for your needs, lifestyle, and preferences.

Michelle LeFavor brings over 15 years of experience spearheading initiatives at top consumer brands like Nike and Wayfair.

AI @ Work | April 25 | 7:00 pm | RPL Community Room

Intrigued? Don’t miss the current exhibition in The Studio, Promising Future, Complex Past: Artificial Intelligence & the Legacy of Physiognomy. While today’s AI assistants can help us unlock creativity, productivity, and value in daily life, the technologies that gain information from physical appearance through interpretation of body data are part of an enduring and complicated physiognomic legacy. Curated by The National Library of Medicine, (a part of the National Institutes of Health), the exhibit is found in the Studio, now through May.

The Reading Public Library is committed to evolving together to strengthen communication, equity, collaboration, and learning in our community. Our mission is to be a center and resource for learning and civic engagement. We provide a place and platform of, by, and for the people who can benefit as individuals as well as contribute to the well-being of the community. We work to achieve these goals and commitments by focusing on education, equity, accountability, and access.

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