Collective residencies / Archives and Artificial Intelligence / Olot


From Monday, 24 April 2023 to Friday, 28 April 2023

Reference Archivist
Paris, France


Eng Sengsavang is an archivist currently working at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Paris, France. She holds dual master’s degrees in Archival and Library Studies from the University of British Columbia, Canada. Her current research, as part of the international scholarly project InterPARES AI, is focused on archives, digitization, and artificial intelligence. She is co-editor with Jens Boel of Recordkeeping in International Organizations: Archives in Transition in Digital, Networked Environments (Routledge, 2021). She has conducted workshops on digitization and archival management for Magnum Photos, the Institute National de l’Audiovisuel (INA), and the Consulate General of France in Jerusalem.


Members of the collective project group will work together on research for their InterPARES study “Model for an AI-Assisted Digitization Project” (RA03). They will finalize a visual model for describing the functions and activities of a digitization project, based on best practices and standards, with particular attention to potential interventions of AI in digitization processes. They will also refine their literature review on related topics and analyze the results of a survey on AI and digitization, which they intend to publish and circulate in February 2023.

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