Delivery of the talk

As she delivers her TED talk “When technology can read minds, how will we protect our privacy?”, Nita Farahany stands on a small stage, with the TED logo to her left and a screen to her right. She wears a black dress, black shoes, and a few pieces of simple jewellery, suggesting that she seeks to appear professional and does not want her clothing to distract from her presentation.

As she speaks, she delivers her points with conviction in her voice and uses body language to emphasize key points - mostly through expressive hand movements. Her tone is generally quite serious, fitting the grave concerns she describes. However, she does occasionally adopt a more light-hearted tone, especially when she shares the study about people’s lack of concern for their own brain data (6:13-6:59). This is also the only example of the audi...

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