The TED Radio Hour just reposted a great podcast episode that contains interviews with four TED speakers about sensory. The first three talks are particularly interesting as they explore what it means to be human, cyborg or augmented. The final talk was surprising in it’s observation of just how poorly we listen.
- Neil Harbisson: What’s It Like To Hear Color?
- Todd Kuiken: Can A Prosthetic Limb Feel?
- Rupal Patel: How Do You Construct A Voice?
- Julian Treasure: How Can We All Listen Better?
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