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  1. Why there's no such thing as objective reality | Greg Anderson2021/02/23
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  2. You don't need aliens to make history interesting | Sarah Kurnick2021/02/22
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  3. The US is back in the Paris Agreement. What's next? | John Kerry and Al Gore2021/02/19
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  4. Meditations on the intersection of humanity and technology | Olivia Arthur2021/02/18
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  5. How theater weathers wars, outlasts empires and survives pandemics | Cara Greene Epstein2021/02/17
    When catastrophe strikes, art prevails -- and has done so for centuries. In this fascinating talk, writer and director Cara Greene Epstein places the closing of theaters during the coronavirus pandemic in a historical context, exploring how we can use this intermission to imagine a more just, representative and beautiful world, onstage and off.
  6. I let algorithms randomize my life for two years | Max Hawkins2021/02/16
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  7. The hidden history found in your teeth | Carolyn Freiwald2021/02/12
    Your teeth carry secrets: centuries of history about your ancestors, from where they lived to what they ate and where they traveled. Bioarchaeologist Carolyn Freiwald traces the story of human migration across the Americas -- from Mayan royalty and Belizean buccaneers to rural Appalachian farmers -- to illustrate what ancient teeth can reveal about you.
  8. Technology can't fix inequality -- but training and opportunities could | 'Gbenga Sesan2021/02/11
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  9. The promise of quantum computers | Matt Langione2021/02/09
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  10. How to get everyone to care about a green economy | Angela Francis2021/02/05
    How do you get the environment to the top of everyone's priority list? You can't, says climate advocate Angela Francis -- but you can get them to care about improving their lives. In this pragmatic talk, she shares her playbook for helping even the most skeptical among us see the benefits of a greener economy on their health, wealth and well-being.
  11. How technology changes our sense of right and wrong | Juan Enriquez2021/02/04
    What drives society's understanding of right and wrong? In this thought-provoking talk, futurist Juan Enriquez offers a historical outlook on what humanity once deemed acceptable -- from human sacrifice and public executions to slavery and eating meat -- and makes a surprising case that exponential advances in technology leads to more ethical behavior.
  12. TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat -- and the rise of bite-sized content | Qiuqing Tai2021/02/03
    Short videos -- 60 seconds or less, made and shared on apps like TikTok, Snapchat and Instagram -- are more than just a fun way to pass the time; they've transformed how we work, communicate and learn. Digital strategist Qiuqing Tai explores the explosive rise of bite-sized content and forecasts its promise as an economic and social force.
  13. How a geospatial nervous system could help us design a better future | Jack Dangermond2021/02/02
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  14. When the world is burning, is art a waste of time? | R. Alan Brooks2021/02/01
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  15. How to avoid catching prickly emotions from other people | Jessica Woods2021/01/29
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  16. A stealthy reimagining of urban public space | Elizabeth Diller2021/01/28
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  17. What COVID-19 revealed about US schools -- and 4 ways to rethink education | Nora Flanagan2021/01/27
    The abrupt shift to online learning due to COVID-19 rocked the US education system, unearthing many of the inequities at its foundation. Educator Nora Flanagan says we can reframe this moment as an opportunity to fix what's long been broken for teachers, students and families -- and shares four ways schools can reinvent themselves for a post-pandemic world.
  18. The joy of shopping -- and how to recapture it online | Nimisha Jain2021/01/26
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  19. My journey mapping the uncharted world | Tawanda Kanhema2021/01/22
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  20. How vulnerability makes you a better leader | Tracy Young2021/01/21
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  21. 3 ways to upgrade democracy for the 21st century | Max Rashbrooke2021/01/20
    Democracy needs an update -- one that respects and engages citizens by involving them in everyday political decisions, says writer and researcher Max Rashbrooke. He outlines three global success stories that could help move democratic systems forward and protect society against the new challenges this century is already bringing.
  22. How a strong creative industry helps economies thrive | Mehret Mandefro2021/01/19
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  23. How bad data keeps us from good AI | Mainak Mazumdar2021/01/15
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  24. How your brain responds to stories -- and why they're crucial for leaders | Karen Eber2021/01/14
    How do the world's best leaders and visionaries earn trust? They don't just present data -- they also tell great stories. Leadership consultant Karen Eber demystifies what makes for effective storytelling and explains how anyone can harness it to create empathy and inspire action.
  25. 4 tips to kickstart honest conversations at work | Betsy Kauffman2021/01/13
    Why is it so hard to speak up and productively disagree at work? Leadership and organization coach Betsy Kauffman shows how to bring the candid conversations that usually happen at the watercooler out into the open with four practical strategies you can implement right now to have honest, transparent discussions with your colleagues.
  26. Humanity's planet-shaping powers -- and what they mean for the future | Achim Steiner2021/01/12
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  27. How carbon capture networks could help curb climate change | Bas Sudmeijer2021/01/12
    What if we could build a global waste disposal service for carbon? In this forward-thinking talk, carbon capture advisor Bas Sudmeijer proposes building CO2 networks: partnerships between cities around the world that would share the cost and geological resources needed to trap emissions deep in the earth -- and give us a shot at stalling climate change.
  28. 6 essential lessons for women leaders | Julia Gillard and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala2021/01/11
    In a rich conversation full of practical insights, former Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard and former Finance Minister of Nigeria Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala reflect on their experiences as women leaders in positions of global power -- and share six standout lessons on what it takes to lead and build solidarity in the face of gender bias and stereotypes.
  29. How AI can help shatter barriers to equality | Jamila Gordon2021/01/08
    Jamila Gordon believes in the power of human connection -- and artificial intelligence -- to help people who might otherwise be left behind. Telling the story of her own path from refugee to global tech executive, she shows how AI is helping refugees, migrants and those from disadvantaged backgrounds find jobs and develop the skills they need to work effectively and safely.
  30. The 1-minute secret to forming a new habit | Christine Carter2021/01/07
    You know how resolutions often go: you set a goal and start strong ... then the motivation runs out and feelings of frustration and shame creep in. The struggle is real -- but what if it doesn't have to be? Sociologist Christine Carter shares a simple step to shift your mindset and keep you on track to achieving your grandest ambitions.
  31. How to turn moments into momentum | Renee Montgomery2021/01/06
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  32. The counterintuitive way to be more persuasive | Niro Sivanathan2021/01/05
    What's the best way to make a good point? Organizational psychologist Niro Sivanathan offers a fascinating lesson on the "dilution effect," a cognitive quirk that weakens our strongest cases -- and reveals why brevity is the true soul of persuasion.
  33. 3 ways companies can support grieving employees | Tilak Mandadi2021/01/05
    When we experience loss, grief travels with us everywhere -- even work. What can companies do to support grieving employees? Sharing his own story of unimaginable heartbreak, Tilak Mandadi offers three ways organizations can cultivate a culture of workplace empathy, creating an environment that encourages community, productivity and joy. (This talk contains mature content.)
  34. 6 big ethical questions about the future of AI | Genevieve Bell2020/12/18
    Artificial intelligence is all around us ... and the future will only bring more of it. How can we ensure the AI systems we build are responsible, safe and sustainable? Ethical AI expert Genevieve Bell shares six framing questions to broaden our understanding of future technology -- and create the next generation of critical thinkers and doers.
  35. The shadow pandemic of domestic violence during COVID-19 | Kemi DaSilva-Ibru2020/12/17
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  36. Financial inclusion, the digital divide and other thoughts on the future of money | Ajay Banga2020/12/17
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  37. Who counts as a speaker of a language? | Anna Babel2020/12/16
    Backed by research and personal anecdotes, Spanish professor Anna Babel reveals the intricate relationship between language and culture, showing how social categories and underlying biases influence the way we hear, regard and, ultimately, judge each other. A talk that will leave you questioning your assumptions about what it really means to speak a language.
  38. An innovative way to support children with special needs | Billy Samuel Mwape2020/12/15
    After his son was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, Billy Samuel Mwape realized that his project management skills might be put to use to support his child's special needs. In this inspiring, personal talk, he describes how project management -- the process of leading a team's work to achieve goals on a tight timeline -- can help you tackle life's biggest challenges.
  39. How to be an upstander instead of a bystander | Angélique Parisot-Potter2020/12/14
    If you see something wrong in the workplace, what should you do? Business leader Angélique Parisot-Potter says you should speak up, even when it's scary. Sharing her personal experience of voicing concerns at work, she offers three lessons on standing up for what's right.
  40. A strategy for supporting and listening to others | Jeremy Brewer2020/12/11
    As a police officer, Jeremy Brewer interacts with individuals experiencing trauma and loss on a daily basis. Giving us a peek into this little-discussed aspect of the job, Brewer shares thoughtful insights on why respecting people's space is sometimes more important than trying to fix an unfixable moment -- and explains how you can use this approach to support someone when they need you the most.
  41. Why monkeys (and humans) are wired for fairness | Sarah Brosnan2020/12/10
    Fairness matters ... to both people and primates. Sharing priceless footage of capuchin monkeys responding to perceived injustice, primatologist Sarah Brosnan explores why humans and monkeys evolved to care about equality -- and emphasizes the connection between a healthy, cooperative society and everyone getting their fair share.
  42. How creative writing can help you through life's hardest moments | Sakinah Hofler2020/12/09
    Have you ever seen or experienced something and wished you spoke up? Writer Sakinah Hofler makes the case for writing as a tool to help you process difficult memories and reclaim the power they may hold. Pick up a pen or pull up a keyboard and follow along as she walks you through how to unburden your mind and inspire reflection.
  43. The legacy of matriarchs in the Yukon First Nations | Kluane Adamek2020/12/08
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  44. The end of globalization (and the beginning of something new) | Mike O'Sullivan2020/12/07
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  45. A stellar history of modern astronomy | Emily Levesque2020/12/04
    Astronomers once gazed upon the night sky and counted every star in the galaxy by hand. The process has evolved since then, but the thirst for celestial knowledge remains the same. Join astrophysicist Emily Levesque for an anecdote-rich jaunt through the technological history of photographing the cosmos and learn about the one constant that makes it all work: human curiosity.
  46. How to foster true diversity and inclusion at work (and in your community) | Rosalind G. Brewer2020/12/03
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  47. An aerialist on listening to your body's signals | Adie Delaney2020/12/02
    In the circus, flying confidently through the air requires consistent communication with your fellow performers. Check out how aerialist and educator Adie Delaney teaches her students about trust and safety on the trapeze -- and provides helpful lessons for navigating everyday life on the ground.
  48. It takes a community to eradicate hate | Wale Elegbede2020/12/01
    Standing up to discrimination and hate should be everyone's business, says community activist Wale Elegbede. In this vital talk, he shares how his community in La Crosse, Wisconsin came together to form an interfaith group in response to Islamophobia and racism -- and shows why a mentality of caring for your neighbors can make life better for everyone.
  49. Inside the massive (and unregulated) world of surveillance tech | Sharon Weinberger2020/12/01
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  50. How COVID-19 human challenge trials work -- and why I volunteered | Sophie Rose2020/11/20
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  51. Could we treat spinal cord injuries with asparagus? | Andrew Pelling2020/11/20
    Take a mind-blowing trip to the lab as TED Senior Fellow Andrew Pelling shares his research on how we could use fruits, vegetables and plants to regenerate damaged human tissues -- and develop a potentially groundbreaking way to repair complex spinal cord injuries with asparagus.
  52. How quinoa can help combat hunger and malnutrition | Cedric Habiyaremye2020/11/19
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  53. A playful exploration of gender performance | Jo Michael Rezes2020/11/18
    From the stage to everyday life, theater educator Jo Michael Rezes studies queer identity and the spectrum of gender performance — in its success and failure. Aided by a delightful introduction of campy charm, Rezes explores the freeing potential of playing with gender to better understand ourselves, each other and the spaces we inhabit.
  54. What it takes to crush a pandemic | Johanna Benesty2020/11/18
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  55. Community-powered solutions to the climate crisis | Rahwa Ghirmatzion and Zelalem Adefris2020/10/10
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  56. How we could make carbon-negative concrete | Tom Schuler2020/10/10
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  57. A concrete idea to reduce carbon emissions | Karen Scrivener2020/10/10
    Concrete is the second most-used substance on Earth (behind water), and it's responsible for eight percent of the world's carbon footprint. Cement researcher Karen Scrivener shares the research behind a pioneering new kind of cement known as LC3, which could slash carbon emissions from this crucial building material by 40 percent, if adopted at scale.
  58. Fossil fuel companies know how to stop global warming. Why don't they? | Myles Allen2020/10/10
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  59. The city planting a million trees in two years | Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr2020/10/10
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  60. The 15-minute city | Carlos Moreno2020/10/10
    Living in a city means accepting a certain level of dysfunction: long commutes, noisy streets, underutilized spaces. Carlos Moreno wants to change that. He makes the case for the "15-minute city," where inhabitants have access to all the services they need to live, learn and thrive within their immediate vicinity -- and shares ideas for making urban areas adapt to humans, not the other way around.
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