Tom van Nuenen is Research Associate at the Department of Informatics at King’s College London. He is specialized in robust interpretative methods for big social data. His teaching focuses on digital methods, especially those that combine Natural Language Processing with hermeneutics.
Xavier Ferrer Aran is a Research Associate in Digital Discrimination at the Department of Informatics, King’s College London. His research interest includes artificial intelligence, machine learning, natural language processing and algorithmic bias and fairness.
Mark Coté is Senior Lecturer at King’s College London in Digital Culture and Society, leading development there in the analysis of big social data via an AHRC-funded research project. Mark’s research entails the materiality of the digital, namely in critically unpacking the mediating environment of cultural practices and political economic relations. He is also interested in the ontology of the digital human, especially as it relates to big data.