San Antonio, Texas — — The San Antonio Public Library has made the world’s smartest library, thanks to a collaborative partnership between the University of Texas at Austin, the city of San Antonio and the University at Albany.
The university’s School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, as well as the University’s Department of Mathematical and Mathematical Sciences, have jointly developed the library’s system of algorithms and software to build a library of 1.5 million books.
The technology is being used in more than 120 countries around the world, according to a press release from the library.
The library has developed a suite of software that will enable users to find the books they are looking for, find books that match their interests and use them in a variety of ways, such as to access and search for books that have already been published.
The San Antonio library is one of three cities in Texas that are working together to build smart, connected libraries that use the latest technology to enable people to read, study and research.
They are the city-owned City of San Jacinto Libraries, the City of Lake Charles and the City-County Library System.
The city-run library systems are partnering with universities to create and improve libraries in each community.
The University of San Diego Libraries, which are part of the University, are partnering to build an entire digital library system across the University system in Austin.
The university system in Lake Charles has its own library system and is partnering with the University-owned San Antonio Library to build the largest library system in Louisiana.