Maryna Sydorova is a data engineer and a scientific programmer at the Institute of Communication and Media Science at the University of Bern. Before working at the Institute, Maryna worked as a freelance data scientist and cloud architect with a particular emphasis on AI. She is primarily involved in the SNF-DFG project “Populist radical-right attitudes and political information behaviour. A longitudinal study of attitude development in high-choice information environments” (University of Bern & University Koblenz-Landau), where she is responsible for the design and maintenance of automated content analysis pipelines used to identify politics- and populism-related content. Additionally, Maryna is working on the BAKOM project “Algorithmic content selection in Switzerland – a study of Google and YouTube” as a full-stack developer responsible for the implementation of a cloud-based cross-platform algorithm audit infrastructure.