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  1. How Twitter needs to change | Jack Dorsey2019/04/17
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  2. Facebook's role in Brexit -- and the threat to democracy | Carole Cadwalladr2019/04/16
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  3. The artificial muscles that will power robots of the future | Christoph Keplinger2019/04/16
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  4. Empower a girl, transform a community | Kakenya Ntaiya2019/04/15
    Kakenya Ntaiya turned her dream of getting an education into a movement to empower vulnerable girls and bring an end to harmful traditional practices in Kenya. Meet two students at the Kakenya Center for Excellence, a school where girls can live and study safely -- and uplift their community along the way. "When you empower a girl, you transform a community," Ntaiya says.
  5. 3 lessons on starting a movement from a self-defense trailblazer | Rana Abdelhamid2019/04/12
    At 16, Rana Abdelhamid started teaching self-defense to women and girls in her neighborhood. Almost 10 years later, these community classes have grown into Malikah: a global grassroots network creating safety, power and solidarity for all women. How did she do it? Abdelhamid shares three ingredients for building a movement from the ground up.
  6. How risk-taking changes a teenager's brain | Kashfia Rahman2019/04/11
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  7. Wearable tech that helps you navigate by touch | Keith Kirkland2019/04/10
    Keith Kirkland is developing wearable tech that communicates information using only the sense of touch. He's trying to figure out: What gestures and vibration patterns could intuitively communicate ideas like "stop" or "go"? Check out his team's first product, a navigation device for the blind and visually impaired, and learn more about the entirely new "haptic language" he's creating to power it.
  8. We don't "move on" from grief. We move forward with it | Nora McInerny2019/04/09
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  9. How to lead a conversation between people who disagree | Eve Pearlman2019/04/08
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  10. An AI smartwatch that detects seizures | Rosalind Picard2019/04/05
    Every year worldwide, more than 50,000 otherwise healthy people with epilepsy suddenly die -- a condition known as SUDEP. These deaths may be largely preventable, says AI researcher Rosalind Picard. Learn how Picard helped develop a cutting-edge smartwatch that can detect epileptic seizures before they occur and alert nearby loved ones in time to help.
  11. What refugees need to start new lives | Muhammed Idris2019/04/04
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  12. Public art that turns cities into playgrounds of the imagination | Helen Marriage2019/04/03
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  13. How does income affect childhood brain development? | Kimberly Noble2019/04/02
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  14. How centuries of sci-fi sparked spaceflight | Alexander MacDonald2019/04/01
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  15. Can we regenerate heart muscle with stem cells? | Chuck Murry2019/03/29
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  16. "East Virginia" / "John Brown's Dream" | Nora Brown2019/03/29
    In a mesmerizing set, musician Nora Brown breathes new life into two old-time banjo tunes: "East Virginia" and "John Brown's Dream." An evocative performance paired with a quick history of the banjo's evolution.
  17. A short history of trans people's long fight for equality | Samy Nour Younes2019/03/28
    Transgender activist and TED Resident Samy Nour Younes shares the remarkable, centuries-old history of the trans community, filled with courageous stories, inspiring triumphs -- and a fight for civil rights that's been raging for a long time. "Imagine how the conversation would shift if we acknowledge just how long trans people have been demanding equality," he says.
  18. To detect diseases earlier, let's speak bacteria's secret language | Fatima AlZahra'a Alatraktchi2019/03/27
    Bacteria "talk" to each other, sending chemical information to coordinate attacks. What if we could listen to what they were saying? Nanophysicist Fatima AlZahra'a Alatraktchi invented a tool to spy on bacterial chatter and translate their secret communication into human language. Her work could pave the way for early diagnosis of disease -- before we even get sick.
  19. A new class of drug that could prevent depression and PTSD | Rebecca Brachman2019/03/26
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  20. What it's like to have Tourette's -- and how music gives me back control | Esha Alwani2019/03/25
    Esha Alwani began writing songs when she was six years old, shortly after being diagnosed with Tourette syndrome. And she noticed something amazing: whenever she played music, her involuntary tics suddenly went away. Listen along as Alwani explores the power of music and delights the audience with an ethereal performance of her piano ballad "I'm Not Loving You (My Mask)."
  21. The beautiful future of solar power | Marjan van Aubel2019/03/22
    The Sun delivers more energy to Earth in one hour than all of humanity uses in an entire year. How can we make this power more accessible to everyone, everywhere? Solar designer Marjan van Aubel shows how she's turning everyday objects like tabletops and stained glass windows into elegant solar cells -- and shares her vision to make every surface a power station.
  22. Creative ways to get kids to thrive in school | Olympia Della Flora2019/03/21
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  23. How you can help save the bees, one hive at a time | Noah Wilson-Rich2019/03/20
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  24. Why I turned Chicago's abandoned homes into art | Amanda Williams2019/03/19
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  25. The secret to scientific discoveries? Making mistakes | Phil Plait2019/03/18
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  26. How to keep human bias out of AI | Kriti Sharma2019/03/15
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  27. "My Man" / "Bohanna" / "We Dance" | Crush Club2019/03/15
    Indie pop duo Crush Club and singer Nicki B bring their blend of funk, house and Latin styles to the TED stage, performing three songs: "My Man," "Bohanna" and "We Dance."
  28. Our dangerous obsession with perfectionism is getting worse | Thomas Curran2019/03/14
    Social psychologist Thomas Curran explores how the pressure to be perfect -- in our social media feeds, in school, at work -- is driving a rise in mental illness, especially among young people. Learn more about the causes of this phenomenon and how we can create a culture that celebrates the joys of imperfection.
  29. Where did the Moon come from? A new theory | Sarah T. Stewart2019/03/13
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  30. What happens in your throat when you beatbox? | Tom Thum and Matthew Broadhurst2019/03/12
    Viral beatboxer Tom Thum has an orchestra in his mouth, but how does he make all those sounds? Get an up-close-and-personal look as laryngeal surgeon Matthew Broadhurst sticks a camera down Thum's throat while he creates a mind-boggling array of noises. This hilarious, somewhat stomach-churning talk and performance is not for the squeamish! (Contains graphic medical imagery)
  31. The "dementia village" that's redefining elder care | Yvonne van Amerongen2019/03/11
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  32. An unexpected tool for understanding inequality: abstract math | Eugenia Cheng2019/03/08
    How do we make sense of a world that doesn't? By looking in unexpected places, says mathematician Eugenia Cheng. She explains how applying concepts from abstract mathematics to daily life can lead us to a deeper understanding of things like the root of anger and the function of privilege. Learn more about how this surprising tool can help us to empathize with each other.
  33. The most powerful woman you've never heard of | T. Morgan Dixon and Vanessa Garrison2019/03/07
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  34. How we can store digital data in DNA | Dina Zielinski2019/03/06
    From floppy disks to thumb drives, every method of storing data eventually becomes obsolete. What if we could find a way to store all the world's data forever? Bioinformatician Dina Zielinski shares the science behind a solution that's been around for a few billion years: DNA.
  35. A bold idea to replace politicians | César Hidalgo2019/03/05
    César Hidalgo has a radical suggestion for fixing our broken political system: automate it! In this provocative talk, he outlines a bold idea to bypass politicians by empowering citizens to create personalized AI representatives that participate directly in democratic decisions. Explore a new way to make collective decisions and expand your understanding of democracy.
  36. How I'm making bricks out of ashes and rubble in Gaza | Majd Mashharawi2019/03/04
    Majd Mashharawi was walking through her war-torn neighborhood in Gaza when an idea flashed in her mind: What if she could take the rubble and transform it into building materials? See how she designed a brick made out of ashes that's helping people rebuild their homes -- and learn about her new project: bringing solar-powered energy to families living in darkness.
  37. How a new species of ancestors is changing our theory of human evolution | Juliet Brophy2019/03/01
    In 2013, a treasure trove of unusual fossils were uncovered in a cave in South Africa, and researchers soon realized: these were the remains of a new species of ancient humans. Paleoanthropologist Juliet Brophy takes us inside the discovery of Homo naledi, explaining how this mysterious ancestor is forcing us to rethink where we come from -- and what it means to be human.
  38. Is your country at risk of becoming a dictatorship? Here's how to know | Farida Nabourema2019/02/28
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  39. The self-assembling computer chips of the future | Karl Skjonnemand2019/02/27
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  40. A juror's reflections on the death penalty | Lindy Lou Isonhood2019/02/26
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  41. An architect's subversive reimagining of the US-Mexico border wall | Ronald Rael2019/02/25
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  42. How to overcome apathy and find your power | Dolores Huerta2019/02/22
    "Sí, se puede!" -- "Yes, we can!" It's the rallying cry Dolores Huerta came up with as a young activist in the 1970s, and she's lived by it in her tireless pursuit of civil rights ever since. With her signature wit and humor, Huerta reflects on her life's work, offering inspiration for anybody trying to overcome apathy, get involved and find their own power.
  43. How education helped me rewrite my life | Ashweetha Shetty2019/02/21
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  44. How to teach kids to talk about taboo topics | Liz Kleinrock2019/02/20
    When one of Liz Kleinrock's fourth-grade students said the unthinkable at the start of a class on race, she knew it was far too important a teachable moment to miss. But where to start? Learn how Kleinrock teaches kids to discuss taboo topics without fear -- because the best way to start solving social problems is to talk about them.
  45. What if all US health care costs were transparent? | Jeanne Pinder2019/02/20
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  46. What is the meaning of work? | Roy Bahat and Bryn Freedman2019/02/19
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  47. The age of genetic wonder | Juan Enriquez2019/02/15
    Gene-editing tools like CRISPR enable us to program life at its most fundamental level. But this raises some pressing questions: If we can generate new species from scratch, what should we build? Should we redesign humanity as we know it? Juan Enriquez forecasts the possible futures of genetic editing, exploring the immense uncertainty and opportunity of this next frontier.
  48. A love story about the power of art as organizing | Aja Monet and phillip agnew2019/02/14
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  49. 3 ways to practice civility | Steven Petrow2019/02/13
    What does it mean to be civil? Journalist Steven Petrow looks for answers in the original meaning of the word, showing why civility shouldn't be dismissed as conversation-stifling political correctness or censorship. Learn three ways we can each work to be more civil -- and start talking about our differences with respect.
  50. How doctors can help low-income patients (and still make a profit) | P.J. Parmar2019/02/12
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  51. Why noise is bad for your health -- and what you can do about it | Mathias Basner2019/02/12
    Silence is a rare commodity these days. There's traffic, construction, air-conditioning, your neighbor's lawnmower ... and all this unwanted sound can have a surprising impact on your health, says noise researcher Mathias Basner. Discover the science behind how noise affects your health and sleep -- and how you can get more of the benefits of the sound of silence.
  52. How women in Pakistan are creating political change | Shad Begum2019/02/11
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  53. Ink made of air pollution | Anirudh Sharma2019/02/08
    What if we could capture pollution in the air around us and turn it into something useful? Inventor Anirudh Sharma shares how he created AIR-INK, a deep black ink that's made from PM 2.5 pollution. See how he hacked together a clever way to capture these tiny particles -- and make the world just a little bit cleaner in the process.
  54. What your breath could reveal about your health | Julian Burschka2019/02/07
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  55. How we can help the "forgotten middle" reach their full potential | Danielle R. Moss2019/02/06
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  56. 8 lessons on building a company people enjoy working for | Patty McCord2019/02/05
    Most companies operate on a set of policies: mandated vacation days, travel guidelines, standard work hours, annual goals. But what happens when a company looks less to control and more to trust? Patty McCord, the iconic former chief talent officer at Netflix, shares the key insights that led her to toss the handbook out the window.
  57. The uncomplicated truth about women's sexuality | Sarah Barmak2019/02/05
    Is women's sexuality more complicated than men's? Well, not really, no, says author Sarah Barmak. In this frank, eye-opening talk, she shows how a flawed understanding of the female body has shaped this discussion for centuries. She debunks some age-old myths (you're welcome) and offers a richer definition of pleasure that gets closer to the simple truth about women's sexuality.
  58. How do we learn to work with intelligent machines? | Matt Beane2019/02/04
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  59. How we can start to heal the pain of racial division | Ruby Sales2019/02/01
    "Where does it hurt?" It's a question that activist and educator Ruby Sales has traveled the US asking, looking deeply at the country's legacy of racism and searching for sources of healing. In this moving talk, she shares what she's learned, reflecting on her time as a freedom fighter in the civil rights movement and offering new thinking on pathways to racial justice.
  60. An astronaut's story of curiosity, perspective and change | Leland Melvin2019/01/31
    What job is best for a young man who's been a tennis ace, a cross-country traveler, a chemistry nerd and an NFL draftee? How about ... astronaut? Leland Melvin tells the story of the challenges he's accepted and the opportunities he's seized -- and how they led him to the International Space Station and a whole new perspective of life on earth. (Contains mature content)
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