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  1. 3 myths about the future of work (and why they're not true) | Daniel Susskind2018/03/14
    "Will machines replace humans?" This question is on the mind of anyone with a job to lose. Daniel Susskind confronts this question and three misconceptions we have about our automated future, suggesting we ask something else: How will we distribute wealth in a world when there will be less -- or even no -- work?
  2. How to inspire every child to be a lifelong reader | Alvin Irby2018/03/13
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  3. What a world without prisons could look like | Deanna Van Buren2018/03/13
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  4. The radical beauty of Africa, in portraits | Iké Udé2018/03/12
    Throughout his colorful career and bodies of work, Iké Udé has found creative ways to reject the negative portrayal of Africans rampant in Western media. In this tour of his work, he shares evocative portraits that blend clothing, props and poses from many cultures at once into sharp takes on the varied, complex beauty of Africa.
  5. The best way to help is often just to listen | Sophie Andrews2018/03/09
    A 24-hour helpline in the UK known as Samaritans helped Sophie Andrews become a survivor of abuse rather than a victim. Now she's paying the favor back as the founder of The Silver Line, a helpline that supports lonely and isolated older people. In a powerful, personal talk, she shares why the simple act of listening (instead of giving advice) is often the best way to help someone in need.
  6. To solve the world's biggest problems, invest in women and girls | Musimbi Kanyoro2018/03/08
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  7. The wonderful world of life in a drop of water | Simone Bianco and Tom Zimmerman2018/03/07
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  8. How shocking events can spark positive change | Naomi Klein2018/03/07
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  9. How fashion helps us express who we are -- and what we stand for | Kaustav Dey2018/03/06
    No one thinks twice about a woman wearing blue jeans in New York City -- but when Nobel laureate Malala wears them, it's a political act. Around the globe, individuality can be a crime, and clothing can be a form of protest. In a talk about the power of what we wear, Kaustav Dey examines how fashion gives us a nonverbal language of dissent and encourages us to embrace our authentic selves.
  10. Do you really know why you do what you do? | Petter Johansson2018/03/06
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  11. What soccer can teach us about freedom | Marc Bamuthi Joseph2018/03/05
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  12. What I learned when I conquered the world's toughest triathlon | Minda Dentler2018/03/05
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  13. How to connect with depressed friends | Bill Bernat2018/03/02
    Want to connect with a depressed friend but not sure how to relate to them? Comedian and storyteller Bill Bernat has a few suggestions. Learn some dos and don'ts for talking to people living with depression -- and handle your next conversation with grace and maybe a bit of humor.
  14. How we became sisters | Felice Belle and Jennifer Murphy2018/03/02
    Poets Felice Belle and Jennifer Murphy perform excerpts from their play "Other Women," which is created and directed by Monica L. Williams. In a captivating journey, they weave together stories full of laughter, loyalty, tragedy and heartbreak, recalling the moments that made them sisters.
  15. To learn is to be free | Shameem Akhtar2018/03/01
    Shameem Akhtar posed as a boy during her early childhood in Pakistan so she could enjoy the privileges Pakistani girls are rarely afforded: to play outside and attend school. In an eye-opening, personal talk, Akhtar recounts how the opportunity to get an education altered the course of her life -- and ultimately changed the culture of her village, where today every young girl goes to school.
  16. How we look kilometers below the Antarctic ice sheet | Dustin Schroeder2018/03/01
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  17. The brain-changing benefits of exercise | Wendy Suzuki2018/02/28
    What's the most transformative thing that you can do for your brain today? Exercise! says neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki. Get inspired to go to the gym as Suzuki discusses the science of how working out boosts your mood and memory -- and protects your brain against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's.
  18. A funny look at the unintended consequences of technology | Chuck Nice2018/02/27
    Technology should work for us, but what happens when it doesn't? Comedian Chuck Nice explores the unintended consequences of technological advancement and human interaction -- with hilarious results.
  19. Be humble -- and other lessons from the philosophy of water | Raymond Tang2018/02/27
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  20. The role of human emotions in science and research | Ilona Stengel2018/02/26
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  21. You don't have to be an expert to solve big problems | Tapiwa Chiwewe2018/02/23
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  22. Refugees want empowerment, not handouts | Robert Hakiza2018/02/22
    The prevailing image of where refugees live is of temporary camps in isolated areas -- but in reality, nearly 60 percent of them worldwide end up in urban areas. TED Fellow Robert Hakiza takes us inside the lives of urban refugees -- and shows us how organizations like the one that he started can provide them with the skills they need to ultimately become self-sufficient.
  23. How to have a healthier, positive relationship to sex | Tiffany Kagure Mugo and Siphumeze Khundayi2018/02/22
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  24. A life-saving invention that prevents human stampedes | Nilay Kulkarni2018/02/21
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  25. How to resolve racially stressful situations | Howard C. Stevenson2018/02/21
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  26. Looking for a job? Highlight your ability, not your experience | Jason Shen2018/02/20
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  27. How we can build AI to help humans, not hurt us | Margaret Mitchell2018/02/20
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  28. The secret to great opportunities? The person you haven't met yet | Tanya Menon2018/02/16
    We often find ourselves stuck in narrow social circles with similar people. What habits confine us, and how can we break them? Organizational psychologist Tanya Menon considers how we can be more intentional about expanding our social universes -- and how it can lead to new ideas and opportunities.
  29. 3 creative ways to fix fashion's waste problem | Amit Kalra2018/02/15
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  30. Fashion that celebrates African strength and spirit | Walé Oyéjidé2018/02/15
    "To be African is to be inspired by culture and to be filled with undying hope for the future," says designer and TED Fellow Walé Oyéjidé. With his label Ikiré Jones (you'll see their work in Marvel's "Black Panther"), he uses classic design to showcase the elegance and grace of often-marginalized groups, in beautifully cut clothing that tells a story.
  31. Why I train grandmothers to treat depression | Dixon Chibanda2018/02/14
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  32. The virginity fraud | Nina Dølvik Brochmann and Ellen Støkken Dahl2018/02/13
    The hymen is still the most misunderstood part of the female body. Nina Dølvik Brochmann and Ellen Støkken Dahl share their mission to empower young people through better sex education, debunking the popular (and harmful) myths we're told about female virginity and the hymen.
  33. The surprising ingredient that makes businesses work better | Marco Alverà2018/02/13
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  34. Capitalism isn't an ideology -- it's an operating system | Bhu Srinivasan2018/02/12
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  35. 3 lessons of revolutionary love in a time of rage | Valarie Kaur2018/02/09
    What's the antidote to rising nationalism, polarization and hate? In this inspiring, poetic talk, Valarie Kaur asks us to reclaim love as a revolutionary act. As she journeys from the birthing room to tragic sites of bloodshed, Kaur shows us how the choice to love can be a force for justice.
  36. "My Fine Reward" | Tito Deler2018/02/09
    Blues musician Tito Deler combines the sounds of his New York upbringing with the style of pre-war Mississippi Delta blues. He takes the stage, singing and strumming a stirring rendition of his song, "My Fine Reward."
  37. How protest is redefining democracy around the world | Zachariah Mampilly2018/02/08
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  38. This company pays kids to do their math homework | Mohamad Jebara2018/02/08
    Mohamad Jebara loves mathematics -- but he's concerned that too many students grow up thinking that this beautiful, rewarding subject is difficult and boring. His company is experimenting with a bold idea: paying students for completing weekly math homework. He explores the ethics of this model and how it's helping students -- and why learning math is crucial in the era of fake news.
  39. How architecture can create dignity for all | John Cary2018/02/07
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  40. How we can help hungry kids, one text at a time | Su Kahumbu2018/02/06
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  41. This deep-sea mystery is changing our understanding of life | Karen Lloyd2018/02/06
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  42. How to fix a broken heart | Guy Winch2018/02/05
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  43. How I use Minecraft to help kids with autism | Stuart Duncan2018/02/02
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  44. From death row to law graduate | Peter Ouko2018/02/02
    Peter Ouko spent 18 years in Kamiti Prison in Kenya, sometimes locked up in a cell with 13 other grown men for 23 and a half hours a day. In a moving talk, he tells the story of how he was freed -- and his current mission with the African Prisons Project: to set up the first law school behind bars and empower people in prison to drive positive change.
  45. 6 space technologies we can use to improve life on Earth | Danielle Wood2018/02/01
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  46. Black life at the intersection of birth and death | Mwende "FreeQuency" Katwiwa2018/02/01
    "It is the artist's job to unearth stories that people try to bury with shovels of complacency and time," says poet and freedom fighter Mwende "FreeQuency" Katwiwa. Performing her poem "The Joys of Motherhood," Katwiwa explores the experience of Black mothers in America and discusses the impact of the Movement for Black Lives -- because, she says, it's impossible to separate the two.
  47. My failed mission to find God -- and what I found instead | Anjali Kumar2018/01/31
    Anjali Kumar went looking for God and ended up finding something else entirely. In an uplifting, funny talk about our shared humanity, she takes us on a spiritual pilgrimage to meet witches in New York, a shaman in Peru, an infamous "healer" in Brazil and others, sharing an important lesson: what binds us together is far stronger than what separates us, and our differences are not insurmountable.
  48. Could fish social networks help us save coral reefs? | Mike Gil2018/01/30
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  49. The gift and power of emotional courage | Susan David2018/01/30
    Psychologist Susan David shares how the way we deal with our emotions shapes everything that matters: our actions, careers, relationships, health and happiness. In this deeply moving, humorous and potentially life-changing talk, she challenges a culture that prizes positivity over emotional truth and discusses the powerful strategies of emotional agility. A talk to share.
  50. Why I study the most dangerous animal on earth -- mosquitoes | Fredros Okumu2018/01/29
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  51. The thrilling potential for off-grid solar energy | Amar Inamdar2018/01/26
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  52. What's it like to be a robot? | Leila Takayama2018/01/25
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  53. The surprising solution to ocean plastic | David Katz2018/01/25
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  54. Photos of Africa, taken from a flying lawn chair | George Steinmetz2018/01/24
    George Steinmetz's spectacular photos show Africa from the air, taken from the world's slowest, lightest aircraft. Join Steinmetz to discover the surprising historical, ecological and sociopolitical patterns that emerge when you go low and slow in a flying lawn chair.
  55. The dangerous evolution of HIV | Edsel Salvaña2018/01/23
    Think we're winning the battle against HIV? Maybe not, as the next wave of drug-resistant viruses arrives. In an eye-opening talk, TED Fellow Edsel Salvana describes the aggressive HIV subtype AE that's currently plaguing his home of the Philippines -- and warns us about what might become a global epidemic.
  56. The business benefits of doing good | Wendy Woods2018/01/23
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  57. An economic case for protecting the planet | Naoko Ishii2018/01/22
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  58. What comes after tragedy? Forgiveness | Azim Khamisa and Ples Felix2018/01/19
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  59. Want to change the world? Start by being brave enough to care | Cleo Wade2018/01/19
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  60. See how the rest of the world lives, organized by income | Anna Rosling Rönnlund2018/01/18
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