Nicole/Yung is a DPhil at the OII. Her research is interested in technology infrastructures and vertical/aerial surveillance.
Nicole (Yung) Au
Nicole (Yung) Au is a student on the DPhil in Information, Communication & the Social Sciences.
Nicole/Yung Au is a doctoral candidate and researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute. Her research explores technology infrastructures, automation and vertical/aerial surveillance. Her DPhil is generously funded by the Clarendon Scholarship, St Antony’s Warden’s Scholarship, and the Rotary Global Scholar Fund.
Critical data/algorithm studies, infrastructure studies, critical geography studies, geometries of power, de-centering the west, post-colonial contexts, marginalized communities, critical AI studies, non-state governance, territory, subversive technology, areas of limited statehood
Supervisor at OII
10 December 2019
Researchers at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, have launched ‘The ComProp Navigator’, a new online resource guide which aims to help civil society groups better understand and respond to the problem of disinformation.
3 December 2020 Poynter
How the incoming president may alter the directed course of journalists' fact-checking efforts.