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Amaia Robertson Nogues

Student Fellow


Amaia is an MPhil Digital Humanities student at the University of Cambridge and a Student Fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence. 

Her thesis, supervised by Dr Eleanor Drage, examines AI narratives and how speculative fiction and media shape our understanding of individual and collective experiences. She is interested in the construction and re-embodiment of personhood, gender and sex in the digital age, and how these states intersect with developments in reproductive technologies. Her academic focus also concerns the myths that uphold AI systems, their imagined users, and how they inform exclusionary or inclusive design processes. 

Additionally, she is a Researcher on the Wikimedia Future Audiences Project at Cambridge ThinkLab.

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