I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Science at University of Amsterdam, researcher at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research, and Co-Director of the Digital Communication Methods Lab. I have recently been appointed to help give shape to the Communication in the Digital Society initiative.
My research focus is on the increasing adoption of artificial intelligence and related technologies within our communication environment, including conversational agents and automated-decision making. I am also interested in the latest developments of computational social science, and in the implementation of large-scale data collection and analysis for communication research. I also have about 15 years of experience working with online media and in the technology industry in Brazil and the Netherlands.
PhD in Social Sciences, 2015
Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), University of Amsterdam
Research Master in Communication Science (cum laude), 2012
University of Amsterdam
Executive MBA in Marketing, 2006
Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing (ESPM)
B.A. Communication - Journalism, 2002
Universidade de São Paulo (USP)
Manager, Localisation Services
Manager of the team responsible for HP support’s translation and localisation activities. Responsibilities include leading the consolidation and optimization of HP support’s translation and localisation processes, workflows, terminology and standards, as well as integration of new languages, content types and technologies.
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