ABOUT

 

Hannah Rose Kirk is a graduate student and Yenching Scholar at Peking University. She graduated from Trinity College, University of Cambridge in 2018 with a double first in Economics (B.A). Hannah’s past research concentrates on experimental and behavioural economics, focusing on the cultural determinants of decision-making. Her current research centers on computational social science, in the application of machine learning techniques to empirical data, but also in the governance of these technologies through her work on data privacy legislation, machine ethics and China’s AI strategy. Living in Beijing, Hannah is exploring Chinese culture and society whilst improving her Mandarin. 

 

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