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Digital anthropology is the study of the relationship between humans and digital-era technology. This field explores how culture shapes and is shaped by the use of digital technologies, such as computers, mobile devices, the internet, and artificial intelligence. Digital anthropologists examine the impact of these technologies on various aspects of human life, including communication, social interactions, identity, and behavior. They also investigate the ways in which digital technologies are created, adapted, and used within different cultural contexts. Digital anthropology combines traditional anthropological methods with new digital research tools to provide insights into the ever-evolving digital landscape and its influence on human societies.