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As generative AI tools continue to gain prominence, questions abound about how best to incorporate and utilize AI in an academic setting to support and advance research in a meaningful and responsible way.
Thursday, May 23, 2024 · 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
  • What are the key components of responsible AI?
  • How can tools like Scopus AI enhance research discovery and provide helpful insights for future inquiry?
  • How can librarians support researchers in their use of AI and what are some pitfalls to be aware of?
  • Q & A
Adrian Raudaschl
Senior Product Manager
Adrian Raudaschl is a London-based Senior Product Manager at Scopus AI, specializing in the intersection of search technology, AI, and large language models. Transitioning from a medical background, Adrian is committed to advancing academic research and fostering knowledge discovery. His latest initiative, Scopus AI, integrates vector search with large language models to revolutionize how researchers engage with new topic areas. Leveraging a unique blend of expertise in medicine, technology, and business, Adrian oversees product development, strategy, and execution to deliver innovative solutions that meet the needs of the global academic community.
Emily Singley
Vice President, North American Library Relations
Emily Singley is the Vice President, North American Library Relations at Elsevier. Previously she served as an Associate University Librarian for Technology and Technical Services at Boston College, where her management portfolio included scholarly communication, metadata, technology, digitization, and acquisitions. Prior to that, Emily held library technology roles at Harvard University, Southern New Hampshire University, and Curry College. Emily has a strong record of service to the library community, previously serving in leadership roles with Seamless Access, the Ex Libris User Group, and the Boston Library Consortium.