Posts Tagged ‘machine learning’

Case Study – External Pilot – Machine Learning and Records Management September 24, 2018 3 Comments

Conclusion of our exploratory adventure Just over 12 months ago the Digital State Archives team here at NSW State Archives was challenged to explore the application of machine learning to records management with a specific focus on digital disposal. We began by publishing a preliminary research blog which assessed the ‘state of art’ of the […]

Case Study – Internal Pilot – Machine Learning and Records Management March 20, 2018 4 Comments

Motivation In 2017 State Archives NSW’s Digital Archives team began investigating the application of machine learning to records management. The first deliverable of this project was a research paper published on the FutureProof blog that explored the state of art (what the technology is capable of) and state of play (how it is being used […]

Top digital trends affecting records, information and content management March 12, 2018 No Comments

We recently attended an expo where a “big picture” view of the current digital trends was presented and we saw how these trends relate- to product developments in the records, information and content management space. Some of the trends discussed were based around users and how they use and demand technology Users are changing the […]

Records Managers Forum presentations now available on Future Proof January 8, 2018 No Comments

The presentations and podcasts from the Records Managers Forum held 11th December 2017 are now available on Future Proof. State Archives and Records NSW uses the Forum to engage with public offices and to provide an opportunity for other NSW public sector organisations to share information about key initiatives or government programmes. The Forum included […]

Machine Learning and Records Management September 14, 2017 2 Comments

Executive Summary This paper details preliminary research into the application of machine learning technologies to records management in a digital environment. Machine learning has the potential to automate processes such as classification and disposal. Indeed there are already commercial records management products available that use machine learning, such as auto-classification to improve search. Blockers to […]

Our machine learning road trip to Canberra July 3, 2017 2 Comments

Earlier this month a small contingent from State Archives and Records NSW enjoyed a day travelling to Canberra to discuss appraisal, sentencing and all things machine learning with our colleagues from the National Archives of Australia (NAA). Glenn Humphries from our Digital State Archives team is undertaking research into machine learning which will be published […]