ABOUT

 

Hannah Rose Kirk is a PhD student in Social Data Science at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford. She graduated from Trinity College, University of Cambridge in 2018 with a double first in Economics (B.A), and from Yenching Academy, Peking University in 2020 (M.A) with honours. Hannah’s current research centres on the application of machine learning, natural language processing and computer vision techniques for the detection of varied forms of online harms, such as offensive memes and emoji-based hate speech. Whilst living in Beijing for two years, Hannah focused on the governance of emerging technologies through her published work on data privacy legislation, intercultural digital ethics and China’s AI strategy.