With the combination of my double bachelor degrees in Computer Science and Philosophy I have acquired both a deep and a broad understanding of technology and the use of technology.
I like to think and reflect critically about the way we implement and use technology, and how it affects the humans involved - both directly and indirectly. At the same time I understand the issues and challenges of implementations and know the technical language and have practical experiences as developer.
January 2020 I graduate as B.A. in Philosophy with supplementary subject in Computer Science.
Elective courses in:
- Philosophy of Science
- Socio-Cultural Robotics: Introduction to Robophilosophy
From 2014 I was enrolled as a bachelor student at computer science at Aarhus University. In the spring of 2017 I have passed all courses so far in the study program. I the spring 2019 I have followed the rest of the program and have now passed 180/180 ECTS points in the bachelor program. I have a pending application of re-enrollment in the program, and I hope that pr. January 2020 I can call myself BSc in Computer Science.
As a part of my bachelor program in computer science I took supplementary classes in mathematics. Summer 2016 I took two courses at Columbia University in the City of New York.
The Center for Humanities Computing Aarhus (CHCAA) is the spearhead of computationally empowered humanities research at Aarhus University. We adopt, research and develop tomorrow’s data-driven methodologies, tools, and synergies. Our aim is to provide humanities research with relevant, efficient, and usable computational tools and resources. I am currently working on:
- Helping Danish literature scholars who wants to incorporate digital methods into their work.
- Computer vision on abstract art.
I am writing analysis, blog posts and news for DataEtics - a politically independent ThinkDoTank based in Denmark with a European (and global) outreach. We work to promote data ethical products and services.
See my content at: https://dataethics.eu/author/ida-marie-schytt-lassen/
Test writing and integration test on the PSRM System
- 2016: Teaching Assistant in the first year course Programming 2, Computer Science
- 2019: Teaching Assistant in the course Philosophy of Computer Science and Information Technology.
Student programmer in Library and Learning, Systematic A/S
Skills & Proficiency
Besides critically and ethical analysis of solutions and technology use, I have during my studies and work life acquired skills in different development tools and programming languages: