Dina Temple-Raston is a special correspondent at NPR and has just finished a four hour-long radio special called “I’ll Be Seeing You: Stories About the Technologies That Watch Us,” for the network. The shows look at hacking, artificial intelligence, offensive cyber operations, and algorithms and insider threats. Before working on the specials, Temple-Raston was NPR’s counter-terrorism correspondent for a decade. She was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University in 2014 where she studied the intersection of Big Data and intelligence. Prior to NPR, Temple-Raston was a longtime foreign correspondent for Bloomberg News in Asia and served as Bloomberg’s White House correspondent during the Clinton Administration. She has written four books, including The Jihad Next Door: Rough Justice in the Age of Terror, about the Lackawanna Six terrorism case. She is a frequent contributor to the PBS Newshour, a regular reviewer of national security books for the Washington Post Book World, and also contributes to the New Yorker, WNYC’s Radiolab, the TLS, and the Columbia Journalism Review, among others. She is a graduate of Northwestern University and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, and she has an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Manhattanville College.