Phd Candidate, Oxford Internet Institute
Kate Sim is a PhD Researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute studying the intersection of gender-based violence and emerging technologies. Her doctoral research examines how power relations are encoded into the design and implementation of data/AI-driven reporting systems. She works with ethnographically-informed methods and draws heavily from feminist epistemology and critical data studies. Beyond research, she has organized and collaborated with anti-violence practitioners in the US, UK and South Korea. In her spare time, she is scrolling through memes and talking about Rihanna.