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  1. How can we do the most good for the world? | Will MacAskill2018/09/12
    Of all the problems facing humanity, which should we focus on solving first? In a compelling talk about how to make the world better, moral philosopher Will MacAskill provides a framework for answering this question based on the philosophy of "effective altruism" -- and shares ideas for taking on three pressing global issues.
  2. "You Can Never Tell" / "Over the Mountain, Across the Sea" | Elise LeGrow2018/09/12
    Singer-songwriter Elise LeGrow pays homage to early soul and rock innovators with intimate, stripped-down interpretations of their hits. Listen as she and her band perform two of these soulful renditions: Chuck Berry's "You Never Can Tell" and "Over the Mountain, Across the Sea," first popularized by Johnnie and Joe.
  3. Did the global response to 9/11 make us safer? | Benedetta Berti2018/09/11
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  4. A new way to fund health care for the most vulnerable | Andrew Bastawrous2018/09/10
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  5. How AI could compose a personalized soundtrack to your life | Pierre Barreau2018/09/10
    Meet AIVA, an artificial intelligence that has been trained in the art of music composition by reading more than 30,000 of history's greatest scores. In a mesmerizing talk and demo, Pierre Barreau plays compositions created by AIVA and shares his dream: to create original live soundtracks based on our moods and personalities.
  6. A love letter to realism in a time of grief | Mark Pollock and Simone George2018/09/07
    When faced with life's toughest circumstances, how should we respond: as an optimist, a realist or something else? In an unforgettable talk, explorer Mark Pollock and human rights lawyer Simone George explore the tension between acceptance and hope in times of grief -- and share the groundbreaking work they're undertaking to cure paralysis.
  7. Let's launch a satellite to track a threatening greenhouse gas | Fred Krupp2018/09/06
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  8. 3 ways businesses can fight sex trafficking | Nikki Clifton2018/09/06
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  9. What commercialization is doing to cannabis | Ben Cort2018/09/05
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  10. How data is helping us unravel the mysteries of the brain | Steve McCarroll2018/09/04
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  11. Let's get honest about our money problems | Tammy Lally2018/08/31
    Struggling to budget and manage finances is common -- but talking honestly and openly about it isn't. Why do we hide our problems around money? In this thoughtful, personal talk, author Tammy Lally encourages us to break free of "money shame" and shows us how to stop equating our bank accounts with our self-worth.
  12. "Wild Women" | Sunni Patterson2018/08/31
    With lightning on her tongue, Sunni Patterson performs her powerful poem, "Wild Women," accompanied by the entrancing moves of dancer Chanice Holmes.
  13. A new way to think about the transition to motherhood | Alexandra Sacks2018/08/30
    When a baby is born, so is a mother -- but the natural (and sometimes unsteady) process of transition to motherhood is often silenced by shame or misdiagnosed as postpartum depression. In this quick, informative talk, reproductive psychiatrist Alexandra Sacks breaks down the emotional tug-of-war of becoming a new mother -- and shares a term that could help describe it: matrescence.
  14. How I went from child refugee to international model | Halima Aden2018/08/30
    Halima Aden made history when she became the first hijab-wearing model on the cover of Vogue magazine. Now she returns to Kenya's Kakuma Refugee Camp -- where she was born and lived until the age of seven -- to share an inspiring message about what she's learned on the path from child refugee to international model.
  15. How China is (and isn't) fighting pollution and climate change | Angel Hsu2018/08/29
    China is the world's biggest polluter -- and now one of its largest producers of clean energy. Which way will China go in the future, and how will it affect the global environment? Data scientist Angel Hsu describes how the most populous country on earth is creating a future based on alternative energy -- and facing up to the environmental catastrophe it created as it rapidly industrialized.
  16. A rare galaxy that's challenging our understanding of the universe | Burçin Mutlu-Pakdil2018/08/28
    What's it like to discover a galaxy -- and have it named after you? Astrophysicist and TED Fellow Burçin Mutlu-Pakdil lets us know in this quick talk about her team's surprising discovery of a mysterious new galaxy type.
  17. Why art thrives at Burning Man | Nora Atkinson2018/08/28
    Craft curator Nora Atkinson takes us on a trip to Nevada's Black Rock Desert to see the beautifully designed and participatory art of Burning Man, revealing how she discovered there what's often missing from museums: curiosity and engagement. "What is art for in our contemporary world if not this?" she asks.
  18. How art can shape America's conversation about freedom | Dread Scott2018/08/27
    In this quick talk, visual artist Dread Scott tells the story of one of his most transgressive art installations, which drew national attention for its controversial use of the American flag and led to a landmark First Amendment case in the US Supreme Court.
  19. How we can use light to see deep inside our bodies and brains | Mary Lou Jepsen2018/08/24
    In a series of mind-bending demos, inventor Mary Lou Jepsen shows how we can use red light to see and potentially stimulate what's inside our bodies and brains. Taking us to the edge of optical physics, Jepsen unveils new technologies that utilize light and sound to track tumors, measure neural activity and could possibly replace the MRI machine with a cheaper, more efficient and wearable system.
  20. Don't fail fast -- fail mindfully | Leticia Gasca2018/08/23
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  21. How to get serious about diversity and inclusion in the workplace | Janet Stovall2018/08/22
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  22. To transform child welfare, take race out of the equation | Jessica Pryce2018/08/21
    In this eye-opening talk about the impact of race and neighborhood on foster-care decisions, social worker Jessica Pryce shares a promising solution to help child welfare agencies make bias-free assessments about when to remove children from their families. "Let's work together to build a system that wants to make families stronger instead of pulling them apart," Pryce says.
  23. Why the "wrong side of the tracks" is usually the east side of cities | Stephen DeBerry2018/08/21
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  24. How women in rural India turned courage into capital | Chetna Gala Sinha2018/08/20
    When bankers refused to serve her neighbors in rural India, Chetna Gala Sinha did the next best thing: she opened a bank of her own, the first ever for and by women in the country. In this inspiring talk, she shares stories of the women who encouraged her and continue to push her to come up with solutions for those denied traditional financial backing.
  25. "Interpassion" / "Ba$$in" | Yelle2018/08/20
    Yelle and GrandMarnier bring their danceable electropop hits to the TED stage in an energizing performance of two songs, "Interpassion" and "Ba$$in."
  26. How urban spaces can preserve history and build community | Walter Hood2018/08/17
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  27. How cancer cells communicate -- and how we can slow them down | Hasini Jayatilaka2018/08/16
    When cancer cells are closely packed together in a tumor, they're able to communicate with each other and coordinate their movement throughout the body. What if we could interrupt this process? In this accessible talk about cutting-edge science, Hasini Jayatilaka shares her work on an innovative method to stop cancer cells from communicating -- and halt their fatal ability to spread.
  28. What a scrapyard in Ghana can teach us about innovation | DK Osseo-Asare2018/08/16
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  29. Why I fight for the education of refugee girls (like me) | Mary Maker2018/08/15
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  30. The little risks you can take to increase your luck | Tina Seelig2018/08/14
    Luck is rarely a lightning strike, isolated and dramatic -- it's much more like the wind, blowing constantly. Catching more of it is easy but not obvious. In this insightful talk, Stanford engineering school professor Tina Seelig shares three unexpected ways to increase your luck -- and your ability to see and seize opportunities.
  31. How teachers can help kids find their political voices | Sydney Chaffee2018/08/14
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  32. How AI can save our humanity | Kai-Fu Lee2018/08/13
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  33. You are fluent in this language (and don't even know it) | Christoph Niemann2018/07/27
    Without realizing it, we're fluent in the language of pictures, says illustrator Christoph Niemann. In a charming talk packed with witty, whimsical drawings, Niemann takes us on a hilarious visual tour that shows how artists tap into our emotions and minds -- all without words.
  34. You may be accidentally investing in cigarette companies | Bronwyn King2018/07/26
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  35. Fake videos of real people -- and how to spot them | Supasorn Suwajanakorn2018/07/25
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  36. How to stop swiping and find your person on dating apps | Christina Wallace2018/07/24
    Let's face it, online dating can suck. So many potential people, so much time wasted -- is it even worth it? Podcaster and entrepreneur Christina Wallace thinks so, if you do it right. In a funny, practical talk, Wallace shares how she used her MBA skill set to invent a "zero date" approach and get off swipe-based apps -- and how you can, too.
  37. How AI is making it easier to diagnose disease | Pratik Shah2018/07/24
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  38. Why doctors are offering free tax prep in their waiting rooms | Lucy Marcil2018/07/23
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  39. How to train employees to have difficult conversations | Tamekia MizLadi Smith2018/07/20
    It's time to invest in face-to-face training that empowers employees to have difficult conversations, says Tamekia MizLadi Smith. In a witty, provocative talk, Smith shares a workplace training program called "I'm G.R.A.C.E.D." that will inspire bosses and employees alike to communicate with compassion and respect. Bottom line: always let people know why their work matters.
  40. "Dead Romance" | Boy Girl Banjo2018/07/20
    Acoustic duo Anielle Reid and Matthew Brookshire (playing together as Boy Girl Banjo) take the TED stage to perform their original song "Dead Romance," weaving together the sounds of Americana folk music and modern pop.
  41. Where are all the aliens? | Stephen Webb2018/07/19
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  42. What the Russian Revolution would have looked like on social media | Mikhail Zygar2018/07/18
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  43. What your smart devices know (and share) about you | Kashmir Hill and Surya Mattu2018/07/18
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  44. The power of diversity within yourself | Rebeca Hwang2018/07/17
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  45. The mission to create a searchable database of Earth's surface | Will Marshall2018/07/16
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  46. The genius behind some of the world's most famous buildings | Renzo Piano2018/07/13
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  47. "The Last Serenade" | Lili Haydn2018/07/13
    In a stirring, emotional performance, violinist Lili Haydn plays a selection from her musical "The Last Serenade."
  48. An honest look at the personal finance crisis | Elizabeth White2018/07/12
    Millions of baby boomers are moving into their senior years with empty pockets and declining choices to earn a living. And right behind them is a younger generation facing the same challenges. In this deeply personal talk, author Elizabeth White opens up an honest conversation about financial trouble and offers practical advice for how to live a richly textured life on a limited income.
  49. A new way to monitor vital signs (that can see through walls) | Dina Katabi2018/07/12
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  50. How to build synthetic DNA and send it across the internet | Dan Gibson2018/07/11
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  51. How we study the microbes living in your gut | Dan Knights2018/07/10
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  52. How farming could employ Africa's young workforce -- and help build peace | Kola Masha2018/07/10
    Africa's youth is coming of age rapidly, but job growth on the continent isn't keeping up. The result: financial insecurity and, in some cases, a turn towards insurgent groups. In a passionate talk, agricultural entrepreneur Kola Masha details his plan to bring leadership and investment to small farmers in Africa -- and employ a rising generation.
  53. The rapid growth of the Chinese internet -- and where it's headed | Gary Liu2018/07/09
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  54. A crash course in organic chemistry | Jakob Magolan2018/07/06
    Jakob Magolan is here to change your perception of organic chemistry. In an accessible talk packed with striking graphics, he teaches us the basics while breaking the stereotype that organic chemistry is something to be afraid of.
  55. A new way to remove CO2 from the atmosphere | Jennifer Wilcox2018/07/05
    Our planet has a carbon problem -- if we don't start removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, we'll grow hotter, faster. Chemical engineer Jennifer Wilcox previews some amazing technology to scrub carbon from the air, using chemical reactions that capture and reuse CO2 in much the same way trees do ... but at a vast scale. This detailed talk reviews both the promise and the pitfalls.
  56. How we're saving one of Earth's last wild places | Steve Boyes2018/07/03
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  57. Why teens confess to crimes they didn't commit | Lindsay Malloy2018/07/03
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  58. The tiny creature that secretly powers the planet | Penny Chisholm2018/07/02
    Oceanographer Penny Chisholm introduces us to an amazing little being: Prochlorococcus, the most abundant photosynthetic species on the planet. A marine microbe that has existed for millions of years, Prochlorococcus wasn't discovered until the mid-1980s -- but its ancient genetic code may hold clues to how we can reduce our dependence on fossil fuels.
  59. How autonomous flying taxis could change the way you travel | Rodin Lyasoff2018/06/29
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  60. The agony of opioid withdrawal -- and what doctors should tell patients about it | Travis Rieder2018/06/28
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