Ana Carolina de Assis Nunes

Anthropologist of data, AI, and cultures of computing, using research to provide valuable insights. PhD candidate in Applied Anthropology at Oregon State University.

As an applied anthropologist, I have experience with qualitative methods, research design, data-driven insights, and more. I'm a co-chair for CASTAC (Committee for the Anthropology of Science, Technology, and Computing) from the American Anthropological Association (AAA). I have been studying the social aspects of AI and the cultures of computing since 2016, and my work has led me to work with computer scientists, lawyers, and other professionals located at the intersections of tech and society. I was part of the initial cohort of the AAN Mentorship program and I look forward to putting my anthropological skills in practice as I conclude my PhD.

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