Aisha Kadiri is a doctoral candidate in political philosophy at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris. Her doctoral thesis analyzes digital colonialism and the power of big tech in the international political system. Aisha is also a researcher at Digital Africa, where she focuses on the potential of digital made-in-Africa innovations. In a recent publication, Aisha explored the intersection of Afro-futurism and data protection, and she is currently working on a piece on moral social epistemology and Akan philosophy of personhood. Previously, Aisha has worked for the Copenhagen University’s Centre for Advanced Security Theory (CAST) and the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ). Aisha holds a master’s degree in security risk management from the University of Copenhagen and a bachelor’s degree in international business from Maastricht University.