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  1. Why jobs of the future won't feel like work | David Lee2017/10/11
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  2. The forgotten art of the zoetrope | Eric Dyer2017/10/10
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  3. Electrical experiments with plants that count and communicate | Greg Gage2017/10/10
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  4. How Africa can use its traditional knowledge to make progress | Chika Ezeanya-Esiobu2017/10/09
    Chika Ezeanya-Esiobu wants to see Africans unleash their suppressed creative and innovative energies by acknowledging the significance of their indigenous, authentic knowledge. In this powerful talk, she shares examples of untapped, traditional African knowledge in agriculture and policy-making, calling on Africans to make progress by validating and dignifying their reality.
  5. How to seek truth in the era of fake news | Christiane Amanpour2017/10/06
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  6. A global food crisis may be less than a decade away | Sara Menker2017/10/05
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  7. Don't suffer from your depression in silence | Nikki Webber Allen2017/10/05
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  8. Mind-blowing, magnified portraits of insects | Levon Biss2017/10/04
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  9. The magic of Khmer classical dance | Prumsodun Ok2017/10/03
    For more than 1,000 years, Khmer dancers in Cambodia have been seen as living bridges between heaven and earth. In this graceful dance-talk hybrid, artist Prumsodun Ok -- founder of Cambodia's first all-male and gay-identified dance company -- details the rich history of Khmer classical dance and its current revival, playing the ancient and ageless role of artist as messenger.
  10. How LIGO discovered gravitational waves -- and what might be next | Gabriela González2017/10/03
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  11. Lessons from the longest study on human development | Helen Pearson2017/10/02
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  12. What I learned as a prisoner in North Korea | Euna Lee2017/09/29
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  13. What teen pregnancy looks like in Latin America | Christian Rodríguez2017/09/28
    Christian Rodríguez is a photographer and filmmaker -- and the son of a teenage mother. For the past five years, he has documented teen pregnancy in Latin America, creating intimate and dignified portraits of mothers as young as 12 years old. In this moving, visual talk, he shares his work and explores how young motherhood traps girls in a cycle of poverty and exploitation.
  14. The warmth and wisdom of mud buildings | Anna Heringer2017/09/28
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  15. Future tech will give you the benefits of city life anywhere | Julio Gil2017/09/27
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  16. Why people of different faiths are painting their houses of worship yellow | Nabila Alibhai2017/09/26
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  17. The fascinating secret lives of giant clams | Mei Lin Neo2017/09/26
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  18. The boost students need to overcome obstacles | Anindya Kundu2017/09/25
    How can disadvantaged students succeed in school? For sociologist Anindya Kundu, grit and stick-to-itiveness aren't enough; students also need to develop their agency, or their capacity to overcome obstacles and navigate the system. He shares hopeful stories of students who have defied expectations in the face of personal, social and institutional challenges.
  19. How a video game might help us build better cities | Karoliina Korppoo2017/09/22
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  20. A black man goes undercover in the alt-right | Theo E.J. Wilson2017/09/21
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  21. What intelligent machines can learn from a school of fish | Radhika Nagpal2017/09/21
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  22. The most Martian place on Earth | Armando Azua-Bustos2017/09/20
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  23. What we're missing in the debate about immigration | Duarte Geraldino2017/09/19
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  24. Why Africa must become a center of knowledge again | Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò2017/09/19
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  25. How digital DNA could help you make better health choices | Jun Wang2017/09/18
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  26. Living sculptures that stand for history's truths | Sethembile Msezane2017/09/15
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  27. The fascinating physics of everyday life | Helen Czerski2017/09/14
    Physics doesn't just happen in a fancy lab -- it happens when you push a piece of buttered toast off the table or drop a couple of raisins in a fizzy drink or watch a coffee spill dry. Become a more interesting dinner guest as physicist Helen Czerski presents various concepts in physics you can become familiar with using everyday things found in your kitchen.
  28. The real reason manufacturing jobs are disappearing | Augie Picado2017/09/14
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  29. A forgotten ancient grain that could help Africa prosper | Pierre Thiam2017/09/13
    Forget quinoa. Meet fonio, an ancient "miracle grain" native to Senegal that's versatile, nutritious and gluten-free. In this passionate talk, chef Pierre Thiam shares his obsession with the hardy crop and explains why he believes that its industrial-scale cultivation could transform societies in Africa.
  30. What really motivates people to be honest in business | Alexander Wagner2017/09/12
    Each year, one in seven large corporations commits fraud. Why? To find out, Alexander Wagner takes us inside the economics, ethics and psychology of doing the right thing. Join him for an introspective journey down the slippery slopes of deception as he helps us understand why people behave the way they do.
  31. There's more to life than being happy | Emily Esfahani Smith2017/09/12
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  32. How our friendship survives our opposing politics | Caitlin Quattromani and Lauran Arledge2017/09/11
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  33. Who belongs in a city? | OluTimehin Adegbeye2017/09/08
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  34. What it feels like to see Earth from space | Benjamin Grant2017/09/07
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  35. Would you live in a floating city in the sky? | Tomás Saraceno2017/09/07
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  36. How to build a company where the best ideas win | Ray Dalio2017/09/06
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  37. How young people join violent extremist groups -- and how to stop them | Erin Marie Saltman2017/09/05
    Terrorists and extremists aren't all naturally violent sociopaths -- they're deliberately recruited and radicalized in a process that doesn't fit into a neat pattern. Erin Marie Saltman discusses the push and pull factors that cause people to join extremist groups and explains innovative ways of preventing and countering radicalization.
  38. A smog vacuum cleaner and other magical city designs | Daan Roosegaarde2017/09/05
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  39. Dare to refuse the origin myths that claim who you are | Chetan Bhatt2017/09/01
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  40. How your pictures can help reclaim lost history | Chance Coughenour2017/08/31
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  41. How the US government spies on people who protest -- including you | Jennifer Granick2017/08/31
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  42. Can a robot pass a university entrance exam? | Noriko Arai2017/08/30
    Meet Todai Robot, an AI project that performed in the top 20 percent of students on the entrance exam for the University of Tokyo -- without actually understanding a thing. While it's not matriculating anytime soon, Todai Robot's success raises alarming questions for the future of human education. How can we help kids excel at the things that humans will always do better than AI?
  43. Why we need to end the era of orphanages | Tara Winkler2017/08/29
    Could it be wrong to help children in need by starting an orphanage? In this eye-opening talk about the bad consequences of good intentions, Tara Winkler speaks out against the spread of orphanages in developing countries, caused in part by foreign donors, and details the harm done to children when they are separated from their families and left to grow up in institutions.
  44. Fun, fierce and fantastical African art | Wanuri Kahiu2017/08/29
    We're so used to narratives out of Africa being about war, poverty and devastation, says TED Fellow Wanuri Kahiu. Where's the fun? Introducing "AfroBubbleGum" -- African art that's vibrant, lighthearted and without a political agenda. Rethink the value of all that is unserious as Kahiu explains why we need art that captures the full range of human experiences to tell the stories of Africa.
  45. When workers own companies, the economy is more resilient | Niki Okuk2017/08/28
    Another economic reality is possible -- one that values community, sustainability and resiliency instead of profit by any means necessary. Niki Okuk shares her case for cooperative economics and a vision for how working-class people can organize and own the businesses they work for, making decisions for themselves and enjoying the fruits of their labor.
  46. "The Sacred Art of the Ori" | Laolu Senbanjo2017/08/25
    Every artist has a name, and every artist has a story. Laolu Senbanjo's story started in Nigeria, where he was surrounded by the culture and mythology of the Yoruba, and brought him to law school, to New York and eventually to work on Beyoncé's "Lemonade." He shares what he calls "The Sacred Art of the Ori," art that uses skin as canvas and connects artist and muse through mind, body and soul.
  47. What the sugar coating on your cells is trying to tell you | Carolyn Bertozzi2017/08/24
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  48. What would happen if we upload our brains to computers? | Robin Hanson2017/08/24
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  49. A lyrical bridge between past, present and future | David Whyte2017/08/23
    With his signature charm and searching insight, David Whyte meditates on the frontiers of the past, present and future, sharing two poems inspired by his niece's hike along El Camino de Santiago de Compostela in Spain.
  50. What moral decisions should driverless cars make? | Iyad Rahwan2017/08/22
    Should your driverless car kill you if it means saving five pedestrians? In this primer on the social dilemmas of driverless cars, Iyad Rahwan explores how the technology will challenge our morality and explains his work collecting data from real people on the ethical trade-offs we're willing (and not willing) to make.
  51. The era of blind faith in big data must end | Cathy O'Neil2017/08/22
    Algorithms decide who gets a loan, who gets a job interview, who gets insurance and much more -- but they don't automatically make things fair. Mathematician and data scientist Cathy O'Neil coined a term for algorithms that are secret, important and harmful: "weapons of math destruction." Learn more about the hidden agendas behind the formulas.
  52. How I found myself through music | Anika Paulson2017/08/21
    "Music is everywhere, and it is in everything," says musician, student and TED-Ed Clubs star Anika Paulson. Guitar in hand, she plays through the beats of her life in an exploration of how music connects us and makes us what we are.
  53. The secret to living longer may be your social life | Susan Pinker2017/08/18
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  54. A practical way to help the homeless find work and safety | Richard J. Berry2017/08/17
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  55. 7 principles for building better cities | Peter Calthorpe2017/08/17
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  56. How artists can (finally) get paid in the digital age | Jack Conte2017/08/16
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  57. How I help free innocent people from prison | Ronald Sullivan2017/08/15
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  58. How boredom can lead to your most brilliant ideas | Manoush Zomorodi2017/08/15
    Do you sometimes have your most creative ideas while folding laundry, washing dishes or doing nothing in particular? It's because when your body goes on autopilot, your brain gets busy forming new neural connections that connect ideas and solve problems. Learn to love being bored as Manoush Zomorodi explains the connection between spacing out and creativity.
  59. Courage is contagious | Damon Davis2017/08/14
    When artist Damon Davis went to join the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, after police killed Michael Brown in 2014, he found not only anger but also a sense of love for self and community. His documentary "Whose Streets?" tells the story of the protests from the perspective of the activists who showed up to challenge those who use power to spread fear and hate.
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