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The International Academic Conference on Digital Intelligence Empowering the Modernization of Archival Work is held on Oct 27. [Photo/sdu.edu.cn]
The International Academic Conference on Digital Intelligence Empowering the Modernization of Archival Work was held on Oct 27 in Jinan, capital of East China's Shandong province.
With over 70 attendees from academies, government bodies and archives bureaus, the conference unveiled Shandong's progress in digital archival work and stressed the need to improve services through research and innovation.
Shandong province has managed to effectively harness its unique archival resources and enhance its approach to information development, particularly excelling in digital transformation, according to Xie Jinwei, deputy director of the National Archives Administration of China.
The conference will help lead the digitization transformation of archival work and promote the modernization of archival governance systems and capabilities, said Li Shucai, president of Shandong University.
During his speech at the meeting, Li highlighted the university's recent progress in combining traditional archival research and emerging interdisciplinary fields.
He hopes that experts and scholars will engage in extensive communication and in-depth discussions, offering valuable insights and practical strategies to advance the high-quality development of archival work and contribute to the establishment of distinctive Chinese systems for archival discipline, academics, and discourse.
During the three keynote speech sessions at the conference, representatives further looked into the theoretical model of digital archival work, artificial intelligence and computational thinking for archivists, talent building, and emerging trends in archival work.