Digital technology has significantly impacted cultural anthropology by providing new tools for data collection, analysis, and dissemination. Methods such as digital ethnography, online surveys, and virtual fieldwork allow anthropologists to study cultures in digital spaces and reach wider audiences. Technology has also facilitated the preservation and sharing of cultural knowledge through digital archives and multimedia presentations. Additionally, anthropologists are increasingly examining the cultural implications of digital technologies themselves, such as social media, virtual communities, and digital identities.