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Seminar: Writing Family History with Artificial Intelligence (thru Nov 16)

  • August 04, 2024
  • 1:00 PM
  • November 16, 2024
  • 5:00 PM
  • Various Bay Area Libraries (one Online Session)

Various Bay Area libraries will be hosting a FREE seminar on the subject of Writing Family History with Artificial Intelligence. All sessions are in-person, except for the San Francisco Public Library session on June 25 which is online (via Zoom).


  • San Francisco Public Library, June 25, 6:30 – 8PM, Register Here for Zoom Session
  • Saratoga Library, 13650 Saratoga Ave, Saratoga, Aug 4, 1 – 3PM
  • Fremont Library, 2400 Stevenson Blvd, Fremont, Aug 17, 11AM – 1PM
  • Los Altos Library, 13 S San Antonio Rd, Los Altos, Aug 31, 11AM – 1PM
  • Milpitas Library, 160 N Main Street, Milpitas, Nov 16, 3 – 5PM


  • Hands-on Writing Family History with AI Workshop
  • Blend of theory, demonstration, and practical application
  • Explore storytelling fundamentals and AI-generated narratives
  • Learn to use AI as a writing coach and create personalized stories
  • Share family anecdotes and insights with fellow participants 
  • Discover where to publish family stories online – FREE

Explore the fusion of storytelling and artificial intelligence at this Writing Family History with AI Workshop. This interactive session merges theory, demonstrations, and sharing for a dynamic learning experience. Learn storytelling fundamentals, from traditional tales to AI-generated narratives. Discover how AI can enhance your writing process and create captivating stories. Dive into movie-making techniques and unleash your storytelling prowess through personalized videos. Bring your creativity and laptop, and craft your own AI-assisted family stories. Share and connect with fellow participants, exchanging family anecdotes and insights. No prior experience necessary, just bring your creativity and curiosity, plus an internet-ready laptop with a word processor.

About The Speaker: Ron Chan

Ron is a seasoned lecturer on family history documentation principles, captivating audiences worldwide at Genealogy Workshops and libraries. As a published genealogy author, he has a passion for storytelling, teaching innovative methods to breathe life into ancestral tales. Ron is the Founder of the Bay Area Chinese Genealogy Group, dedicated to preserving ancestral stories. He is also Co-Founder of the Chinese American GI Project to honor veterans' legacies and a CHCP Advisory Board Member working on CHCP's Oral History Project.

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