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The University of Southampton
Web Science Institute

Our students

Human-Centred AI Doctoral Students come from a range of disciplinary backgrounds and carry out research in a range of fields related to AI and the impact on the future of our society.

Their training is tightly integrated with real world challenges in a broad application spectrum with strong social and economic impact.

If you would like to find out more about our students and their research, please email websciencecdt@soton.ac.uk.

Student

Research

Malak Alsabban

Comparing two sentiment analysis approaches by understand the hesitancy to COVID-19 vaccine based on Twitter data in two cultures

Areej Alzaidi

Managing Health Crisis on Social Media: Studying COVID-19 Vaccine on Twitter as a Trust Issue

Maria Brasoveanu

Knowledge Disruptors and Thought Leaders

Yu Cao

Explanation of Machine Learning Model for Clinicians

Rachel Hayward

AI for the Future of Society: The intersection between gender, technology, and safety for active travel

Kieron Owen

AI in composition and culture: how automated artists impact the future of creative work

Ashwathy Revi

Automatic Summarization of Interactive Narratives as Intelligent Feedback to Assist its Authoring

Eryn Rigley

Ethics of AI and Data Science

Yadira Sanchez Benitez

Digital exclusion as social harm: Co-designing digital tools with communities to support community-based algorithmic ecosystems

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