Digital culture, digital humanities, racial and gender biases in AI
Shukadev Amgain is a Ph.D. student in the Cultural Studies department at George Mason University. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Tribhuvan University and a Post-Bachelor Diploma in Computer Application from Purbanchal University, both in Nepal. He earned a Master's degree in Digital Culture from the University of Bergen, Norway, in 2015.
Following his master's degree, Shukadev worked in the non-profit sector in Nepal, specializing in ICT, culture, and society. As a socio-technical analyst, he collaborated with various international development institutions, governments, and civil society organizations. His roles included research, development, monitoring, and evaluation of innovation and technology projects.
Shukadev's academic interests primarily revolve around issues of gender and race in digital culture, with a specific focus on racial and gender biases in artificial intelligence (AI).
BA in Humanities and Social Sciences, Tribhuvan University
PG Diploma in Computer Applications, Purbanchal University
MA in Digital Culture, University of Bergen