I am currently in PhD studies at the University of Sussex Digital Humanities Lab

I am currently in a PhD studies in the University of Sussex Digital Humanities Lab. The lab is an interdisciplinary, collaborative space dedicated to research in digital humanities and related areas.

I am currently in PhD studies at the University of Sussex Digital Humanities Lab and I have been teaching on topics such as AI, ethics and society.

I have also been involved in the creation of the digital humanities platform, which is a ‘platform for historical research and teaching purposes that builds upon existing humanities research to make it available online’.

My research focuses on how Artificial Intelligence can be used to automate the production of creative work.

The University of Sussex Digital Humanities Lab has been running such research for more than 15 years, and my PhD is funded by an AHRC-funded project that was originally launched by the lab in 2004.

The Digital Humanities Lab at the University of Sussex has been involved in digitizing digital materials to preserve them for further academic use.

The Digital Humanities Lab is a digital scholarship lab, which means that we research and analyse a range of different types of texts – from archival documents to contemporary social media posts. There are many other disciplines that study texts as well, such as literature, history, philosophy and sociology.

My research interests have focused on digital humanities and the democratization of knowledge through new forms of collaboration and networking.

I am currently in PhD studies at the University of Sussex Digital Humanities Lab. I was a graduate student at King’s College, London where I completed my MA in Digital Humanities in 2016. In December 2017, I started working as a Research Assistant at the University of Sussex Digital Humanities Lab, which is part of the School of Culture and Creative Arts. My work there includes contributing to research that uses social media analysis to examine how people use social media sites to learn about socially relevant topics such as popular culture, health issues or politics.

I am currently in PhD studies at the University of Sussex Digital Humanities Lab, which is a world-class digital humanities research institute that focuses on creating more digital scholarship.

I study the usage of the internet in 19th-century England, particularly how it affects social and political change. My research interests are really broad and encompass information literacy, digital humanities and digital history.

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