Last week we introduced nine new SciTech and business books authored or edited by HKUST faculty and researchers. In this post, we feature the eleven new books in the fields of humanities and social sciences.
Hallucinations, or the generation of inaccurate or fabricated information, are a significant concern surrounding the use of AI. In this post, we introduce five AI research tools that can generate answers based on real sources.
On Zenodo’s 10th anniversary, we found over 200 publications, software, datasets, and more that were contributed by HKUST affiliated users. This post will provide tips on how to best use this platform to share your research outputs.
In this blog post, we summarize a recent talk by Dr. Mia Ridge from the British Library, discussing the role of AI and its potential applications in galleries, libraries, archives, and museums (GLAMs).
In this week’s post, Sophia (Year 2, SENG) shares about her part-time work experience at the Library’s Research & Learning Support Team. Let’s dive into Sophia’s story and learn what she learned along the way.