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Alexandrine Royer

Student Fellow


Alexandrine is an incoming Ph.D. candidate in Social Anthropology at Cambridge. Alexandrine specializes in affective computing, augmented reality and digital labour, with her Ph.D. project centring on the digital economy in Africa. She was an Education Program Manager at the Montreal AI Ethics Institute and is the author of the Short Anthropological Guide for Ethical AI.

Previously, Alexandrine was a youth fellow at the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Study and part of the Foundation for Genocide Education. Alexandrine holds a BA in History and Anthropology from McGill University.

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