TED Radio Hour We think our faces are our own. But technology can use them to identify, influence and mimic us. This week, TED speakers explore the promise and peril of turning the human face into a digital tool.

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Life's biggest questions, explored.

What's in a Face

We think our faces are our own. But technology can use them to identify, influence and mimic us. This week, TED speakers explore the promise and peril of turning the human face into a digital tool.

TED Radio HourTED Radio Hour

Life's biggest questions, explored.

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