Cori Crider

Cori Crider

Cori Crider is the presenter of The Big Picture: the World According to AI and the founder of Foxglove, a non-profit legal startup that aims to make tech accountable. She previously directed all national security work at human rights NGO Reprieve. As a lawyer she has represented prisoners in Guantánamo, survivors of the CIA's rendition and torture programme, and families bereaved in US drone attacks.


Science & Technology

Artificial intelligence reinforces power and privilege

Computational surveillance empowers governments and corporations and diminishes accountability.

Artificial intelligence reinforces power and privilege

Opinion

The dark side of the 'deal in the desert'

How the US, with the UK and others, largely gets away with running a global system of secret prisons and abductions.

The dark side of the 'deal in the desert'

Opinion

Continuing at Guantanamo: Force-feeding hunger-strikers

Despite US claims that the hunger strike has ended, fifteen prisoners are still being force-fed twice a day.

Continuing at Guantanamo: Force-feeding hunger-strikers

Opinion

A good day for habeas corpus

A Pakistani man held in prison by the US since 2004 may finally go free, thanks to an ancient common law remedy.

A good day for habeas corpus