LLRX June 2021 Issue

Articles and Columns for June 2021

  • Artificial Intelligence Resources on the Internet 2021 – Articles, studies, reports and investigations abound on how AI is impacting all aspects of our lives inclusive of privacy, social media, healthcare, the economy, the financial system, education, communications, law, the courts and technology. This timely, broad overview of resources, sites and applications by Marcus P. Zillman spans subject matter and disciplines as well as the many permutations of the technologies that drive artificial intelligence.
  • Knowledge Management, Geometry and Frieda Riley – Jerry Lawson shares the preface to his upcoming book about knowledge management for law firms in which he highlights indelible lessons his high school Geometry teacher Miss Frieda Riley taught him to make a point about efficiency and lawyers.
  • Non-Library Jobs & Advice on How to Get One: an introduction to INALJ’s series of interviews – Naomi House was inspired to do this series because of the drastic changes to the availability of traditional library jobs during this pandemic. She highlights library and information professionals who work outside libraries but use their skills as well as many who have lost their jobs or been furloughed. These interviews are an introduction to transferable skill sets as well as resources for those looking for work in those fields.
  • Client Portals: A Must-Have Service for Today’s Law Firms – Jim Calloway is Director of the Oklahoma Bar Association Management Assistance Program and co-author of the ABA books “How Good Lawyers Survive Bad Times” and “Winning Alternatives to the Billable Hour: Strategies That Work.” In this article he explains how beyond secure document sharing, client portals for law firms can serve as a “virtual lobby” for clients and potential clients.
  • Research Data Curation and Management Bibliography – This bibliography by Charles W. Bailey, Jr., the publisher of Digital Scholarship and a noncommercial digital artist, includes over 800 selected English-language articles and books that are useful in understanding the curation of digital research data in academic and other research institutions.
  • Postal banking could provide free accounts to 21 million Americans who don’t have access to a credit union or community bank – About a quarter of census tracts with a post office don’t have a community bank or credit union branch, suggesting postal banking could provide a financial lifeline to the millions of Americans without a bank account, according to our new research by Terri Friedline, University of Michigan and Ameya Pawar, University of Chicago.
  • Pete Recommends – Weekly highlights on cyber security issues, June 27, 2021Four highlights from this week: Your iPhone’s WiFi will break after you join this hotspot; How to Recover Files in Google Docs and Microsoft Word; The Young Fall for Scams More Than Seniors Do. Time for a Warning; and South Korea’s Nuclear Research agency breached using VPN flaw.
  • Pete Recommends – Weekly highlights on cyber security issues, June 19, 2021Four highlights from this week: Senate bill boosts penalties for cyber criminals; Anti-Vaxxers Review-Bomb Bars With Vaccine Requirements; Why employees need counterespionage training; and ‘An uprising’; Youth activists bring digital rights to forefront.
  • Pete Recommends – Weekly highlights on cyber security issues, June 13, 2021Four highlights from this week: Why ransomware attacks are becoming a national security risk; This is how fast a password leaked on the web will be tested out by hackers; 7 Telltale Signs You’re on the Phone With a Scammer; and Fastly internet outage won’t be last: How to prepare, protect yourself.
  • Pete Recommends – Weekly highlights on cyber security issues, June 6, 2021Four highlights from this week: Two New Laws Restrict Police Use of DNA Search Method; On the Taxonomy and Evolution of Ransomware; Amazon’s Ring Finally Discloses Police Requests; and The Limits of Law and AI.

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