PhD Researcher, Manchester Metropolitan University
PhD Researcher in Behavioural Economics, focusing on personalised nudges and heterogeneity. Also digital economy, considering new models of data ownership.
My current research considers user responses to the commercial use of behavioural economics. I've previously written about the political application of behavioural economics, contemporary political economy and technology.
I received an MSc in Economics and Financial Analysis at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2018. In 2019, I was awarded the AJ Bell Mike Morrison Memorial Prize for outstanding Behavioural Economics Dissertation.
ChatGPT: why it will probably remain just a tool that does inefficient work more efficiently
Mar 15, 2023 15:46 pm UTC| Technology
ChatGPT is a remarkable technological development, capable of writing compelling prose that comes across as natural, coherent and knowledgeable. But it has its limits, and can be made to say silly things. I managed to...
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