InterPARES Trust AI (2021-2026) is a multi-national interdisciplinary project aiming to design, develop, and leverage Artificial Intelligence to support the ongoing availability and accessibility of trustworthy public records by forming a sustainable, ongoing partnership producing original research, training students and other highly qualified personnel (HQP), and generating a virtuous circle between academia, archival institutions, government records professionals, and industry, a feedback loop reinforcing the knowledge and capabilities of each party.

The I Trust AI goals are to:

  1. Identify specific AI technologies that can address critical records and archives challenges;
  2. Determine the benefits and risks of using AI technologies on records and archives;
  3. Ensure that archival concepts and principles inform the development of responsible AI; and
  4. Validate outcomes from Objective 3 through case studies and demonstrations.

Recent Activity

Rockembach, M. - "Empowering Records Management and Archives: A Guide to AI Literacy and Responsible Practices." ICA-SIO 49th Annual Conference. The Hague, Netherlands. May 21-23, 2024.

Rogers, C. - "AI in the Archives: Wise Oracle or Master Manipulator?" AABC / ARMA VI 2024 joint conference - Going further together: Connectivity and partnerships in the information profession. Online. May 29-31, 2024

Duranti, L. ed.|Rogers, C. ed. - Artificial Intelligence and Documentary Heritage. Luciana Duranti and Corinne Rogers, eds. SCEaR (Sub-Committee on Education and Research), UNESCO Memory of the World Newsletter Special Issue 2024.

MA01 Comparative Ethics Study Phase 1: Ethical Themes and Principles. Jim Suderman, Theresa Peoples, David Hock, Isabel Taylor, Dharani Persaud. May 24, 2024.

6th International Symposium, Dubrovnik, Croatia. "Smart" Archives?: Harnessing AI for Archival Excellence. June 21, 2024.

6th International Symposium, Dubrovnik, Croatia. June 21, 2024. REGISTRATION FORM.

Cameron, S.|Hamidzadeh, B. - Preserving Paradata for Accountability of Semi-Autonomous Ai Agents in Dynamic Environments: An Archival Perspective. January 2024. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4681230 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4681230

AA01 Employing AI for Retention & Disposition in Digital Information and Recordkeeping Systems - Report. Jenny Bunn, Patricia C. Franks, Pat Moore, Katherine Hodgson. April 19, 2024

Di Marcantonio, G. - "Artificial Intelligence and archives: users, access, issues, and potential." Presentation given at "Leggere" l'archivio e i suoi segni: strategie e strumenti per la conoscenza (Reading the archive and its signs: strategies and tools for knowledge), Milan, March 22, 2024.

Abdul-Mageed, M. - "Generative AI for Cultural Heritage." 5th International Symposium, ITrustAI. Honolulu, HI, February 23, 2024.