Please join us October 11th @ 6-8pm as we take a peek behind the doors of the physical archive in Richmond, California. Register now.
Artificial Intelligence rocking your boat? Join us October 12th to see how the Internet Archive is using AI to build new capabilities into our library, and how students and scholars all over the world use the Archive’s’ petabytes of data to inform their own research. This year’s event is hybrid. We will be celebrating in-person at […]
Join author Ian Johnson for an IN-PERSON discussion about his book, "Sparks: China's Underground Historians and their Battle for the Future." This event will be held IN-PERSON at the Internet Archive, 300 Funston Avenue, San Francisco. A recording of this event can be found here: https://archive.org/details/ian-johnson-sparks-book-talk Register now
Join us for an IN-PERSON book talk with MARTIN RAUCHBAUER and author DAVID G. STORK about PIXELS & PAINTINGS, the pioneering presentation of computer-based image analysis of fine art, forging a dialog between art scholars and the computer vision community. Here is our recording of the talk: https://archive.org/details/david-stork-pixels-and-paintings-booktalk
Step into a time capsule of creativity on January 24, 2024, at the Internet Archive, as we celebrate the release of new cultural treasures into the public domain. Join us for an unforgettable evening filled with period tunes, classic cocktails, and a cinematic journey into the past. These works, once bound by copyright restrictions, will […]
The mouse that became Mickey will finally be free of his corporate captivity as the copyright term of the 1928 animated Disney film, Steamboat Willie, expires along with that of thousands of other cultural works on the first day of 2024. Join us for a virtual celebration at 10am PT / 1pm ET on January […]
Join us for a VIRTUAL book talk with author Joanne McNeil about her latest book, WRONG WAY, which examines the treacherous gaps between the working and middle classes wrought by the age of AI. McNeil will be in conversation with author Sarah Jaffe. WRONG WAY was named one of the best books of 2023 by the New Yorker and Esquire. It was the […]