Xueyin Zha is a PhD Candidate at the ANU Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, and a Researcher with the ANU Humanising Machine Intelligence project.

Zha’s current research interests span the governance and regulation of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies, international politics of the digital economy and technology’s role in multiculturalism.

Her op-eds have been published Lowy Institute’s The Interpreter and The Canberra Times, and she is the author of a Lowy Research Paper, ‘WeChat’s role in Australian democracy: A grassroots view’.

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