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  1. What magic tricks can reveal about free will | Alice Pailhès2020/09/18
    Are you in control of your choices? Magic tricks might reveal otherwise, says scientist and illusionist Alice Pailhès. Watch closely as she performs magic tricks that unveil how your brain works, how you can be subtly influenced and what that means for free will and your day-to-day life. Did she guess your card right?
  2. What role does luck play in your life? | Barry Schwartz2020/09/17
    Chance plays a far bigger role in life than we're willing to admit, says psychologist Barry Schwartz. Of course, working hard and following the rules can get you far -- but the rest could boil down to simple good fortune. Schwartz examines the overlooked link between luck, merit and success, offering an intriguing solution to equalize opportunity -- starting with college admissions.
  3. Why do we blame individuals for economic crises? | Liene Ozoliņa2020/09/16
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  4. You shouldn't have to choose between filling your prescriptions and paying bills | Kiah Williams2020/09/15
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  5. The psychology of inequality and political division | Keith Payne2020/09/14
    "If we want to fix our politics, we have to do something about inequality," says social psychologist Keith Payne. Showing how economic inequality changes the way people see and behave towards one another, Payne helps explain the rise of the political polarization that's slicing up society -- and challenges us to think twice the next time we dismiss someone for the sake of politics.
  6. How to win an argument (at the US Supreme Court, or anywhere) | Neal Katyal2020/09/11
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  7. A lesson in turning adversaries into allies | Leah Garcés2020/09/10
    When you're on opposite sides of an issue, how do you broker peace with your adversaries and work together to solve a problem? Follow along as animal rights activist Leah Garcés recounts three lessons she learned in hatching an ambitious plan to end chicken factory farming with the last person she expected: a chicken farmer.
  8. What it takes to make change | Jacqueline Novogratz2020/09/09
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  9. Dear Facebook, this is how you're breaking democracy | Yaël Eisenstat2020/09/08
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  10. 4 steps to ending extreme poverty | Shameran Abed2020/09/04
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  11. How do daily habits lead to political violence? | Christiane-Marie Abu Sarah2020/09/03
    What drives someone to commit politically motivated violence? The unsettling answer lies in daily habits. Behavioral historian Christiane-Marie Abu Sarah shares startling insights into how seemingly mundane choices can breed polarization that lead to extreme, even deadly, actions -- and explains how to identify and bypass these behaviors in order to rediscover common ground.
  12. Dignity isn't a privilege. It's a worker's right | Abigail Disney2020/09/02
    What's the purpose of a company? In this bold talk, activist and filmmaker Abigail Disney imagines a world where companies have a moral obligation to place their workers above shareholders, calling on Disney (and all corporations) to offer respect, dignity and a living wage to everyone who works for them.
  13. Why specializing early doesn't always mean career success | David Epstein2020/09/01
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  14. Nature, folklore and serendipitous photo collaborations | Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth2020/08/31
    Inspired by Nordic folklore, artists Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen collaborate with local elders -- farmers, fishermen, cosmologists and more -- to create richly imaginative portraits that explore humanity's connection to nature. Discover their serendipitous artistic practice as they share a selection of fantastical imagery where nature and myth intersect to awaken a sense of wonder.
  15. What Saturn's most mysterious moon could teach us about the origins of life | Elizabeth "Zibi" Turtle2020/08/28
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  16. How the US medical community fails Black mothers | Wanda Irving2020/08/27
    In the US, Black women are nearly 300 percent more likely to die as a result of childbirth than white women. Sharing appalling statistics on maternal mortality as well as her own tragic story of loss, Wanda Irving explains how racism and bias in health care minimizes and dismisses Black women's pain -- and makes a personal plea for leaders in the medical community to take steps toward reform.
  17. What it means to be intersex | Susannah Temko2020/08/26
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  18. The tyranny of merit | Michael Sandel2020/08/25
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  19. How animals and plants are evolving in cities | Menno Schilthuizen2020/08/24
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  20. Why we must stop dancing to the sound of our own oppression | Madame Gandhi2020/08/21
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  21. Big data, small farms and a tale of two tomatoes | Erin Baumgartner2020/08/20
    The path to better food is paved with data, says entrepreneur Erin Baumgartner. Drawing from her experience running a farm-to-table business, she outlines her plan to help create a healthier, zero-waste food system that values the quality and taste of small, local farm harvests over factory-farmed produce.
  22. How doctors can help fix the broken US asylum system | Joseph Shin2020/08/19
    Refugees fleeing persecution endure unimaginable hardships in search of a better life. Physician Joseph Shin explains the essential collaboration of doctors and lawyers working together to help asylum seekers in the United States, sharing promising pathways toward securing the human dignities they deserve.
  23. Art in the age of machine intelligence | Refik Anadol2020/08/18
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  24. Can we call it a "world map" if it's missing a billion people? | Rebecca Firth2020/08/17
    Want to help map the world? Community builder Rebecca Firth explains how the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) is using open-source software powered by volunteers to put one billion people on the map in the next five years. (This ambitious plan is a part of the Audacious Project, TED's initiative to inspire and fund global change.)
  25. What to do when everything feels broken | Daniel Alexander Jones2020/08/14
    "Some call me a soul sonic superstar," says Jomama Jones, the alter ego of TED Fellow and theater artist Daniel Alexander Jones. In this stunning talk and performance, Jomama Jones invites us to consider how coming undone can be the first step toward transformation. It's a powerful story of community, growth and renewal -- and how breaking apart can mean breaking open.
  26. Why rumors about vaccines spread -- and how to rebuild trust | Heidi Larson2020/08/13
    Why do people distrust vaccines? Anthropologist Heidi Larson explores how medical rumors originate, spread and fuel resistance to vaccines worldwide. While vaccines cannot escape the "political and social turbulence" that surrounds them, she says, the first step to stopping the spread of disease is to talk to people, listen and build trust.
  27. What silence can teach you about sound | Dallas Taylor2020/08/12
    What can you hear in silence? In this exploration of sound, host of the podcast "Twenty Thousand Hertz" Dallas Taylor tells the story of arguably the most debated musical composition in recent history -- composer John Cage's iconic piece 4'33" -- and invites you to take notice of the soundscape around you. Watch to the end to experience a performance of 4'33''.
  28. 3 questions to ask yourself about US citizenship | Jose Antonio Vargas2020/08/11
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  29. How to build a resilient future using ancient wisdom | Julia Watson2020/08/11
    In her global exploration of Indigenous design systems, architect Julia Watson researches enduring innovations that could help us counter the challenges of climate change. From floating villages to living root bridges that strengthen over time, Watson introduces us to some of these resilient solutions -- and shows how they can teach us to design with nature, instead of against it.
  30. Let's scan the whole planet with LiDAR | Chris Fisher2020/08/10
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  31. Can light stop the coronavirus? | David Brenner2020/07/24
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  32. Give yourself permission to be creative | Ethan Hawke2020/07/23
    Reflecting on moments that shaped his life, actor Ethan Hawke examines how courageous expression promotes healing and connection with one another -- and invites you to discover your own unabashed creativity. "There is no path till you walk it," he says.
  33. Deep learning, neural networks and the future of AI | Yann LeCun2020/07/22
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  34. How to connect while apart | Eric Yuan2020/07/22
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  35. COVID-19 unraveled the workforce. Here's how to fix it | Mary L. Gray2020/07/21
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  36. 5 needs that any COVID-19 response should meet | Kwame Owusu-Kesse2020/07/21
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  37. New ways to understand life in a pandemic | Aaron Maniam2020/07/20
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  38. The fight for civil rights and freedom | John Lewis and Bryan Stevenson2020/07/20
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  39. A call to end the media coverage mass shooters want | Tom Teves2020/07/20
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  40. A new stock exchange focused on the long-term | Michelle Greene2020/07/17
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  41. How love can help repair social inequality | Chloé Valdary2020/07/16
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  42. What if you could help decide how the government spends public funds? | Shari Davis2020/07/16
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  43. Want a more just world? Be an unlikely ally | Nita Mosby Tyler2020/07/15
    A more equal world starts with you. Citing a formative moment from her own life, equity advocate Nita Mosby Tyler highlights why showing up and fighting for others who face injustices beyond your own lived experience leads to a fairer, more just future for all.
  44. How city mayors are taking action on climate change | Eric Garcetti2020/07/15
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  45. A blueprint for reparations in the US | William "Sandy" Darity2020/07/14
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  46. The invisible life hidden beneath Antarctica's ice | Ariel Waldman2020/07/14
    In this tour of the microscopic world, explorer and artist Ariel Waldman introduces the charismatic creatures lurking beneath Antarctica's massive ice sheet, the largest on earth. From "cuddly" water bears to geometric algae made of glass, Waldman shows how this seemingly barren landmass is actually a polar oasis of life -- if we just know where to look.
  47. Why violence clusters in cities -- and how to reduce it | Thomas Abt2020/07/13
    Reducing violence in cities in the US isn't the impossible, intractable challenge many believe it to be, says crime researcher and educator Thomas Abt. He explains how urban violence is "sticky" -- meaning that it clusters among a surprisingly small number of people and places -- and presents an innovative, targeted strategy to make our cities safer, right now, without big budgets or new laws.
  48. What happens when biology becomes technology? | Christina Agapakis2020/07/13
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  49. Activism, changemakers and hope for the future | Malala Yousafzai2020/07/10
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  50. How to disrupt philanthropy in response to crisis | Darren Walker2020/07/10
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  51. How museums help communities heal | Honor Harger2020/07/09
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  52. Every day you live, you impact the planet | Jane Goodall2020/07/09
    Legendary primatologist Jane Goodall says that humanity's survival depends on conservation of the natural world. In conversation with head of TED Chris Anderson, she tells the story of her formative days working with chimpanzees, how she transformed from a revered naturalist into a dedicated activist and how she's empowering communities around the world to save natural habitats.
  53. A friendly, autonomous robot that delivers your food | Ali Kashani2020/07/08
    Meet the friendly robot that could deliver your next burrito. Ali Kashani introduces us to Postmates' autonomous delivery robot and explains how it could help reduce carbon emissions and free up valuable real estate in cities everywhere. Learn more about how it was specially designed to navigate complex social interactions on busy sidewalks to bring you your food (and more) with joy.
  54. The transformative role of art during the pandemic | Anne Pasternak2020/07/08
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  55. The future of digital communication and privacy | Will Cathcart2020/07/07
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  56. The COVID-19 crisis is a chance to do capitalism differently | Mariana Mazzucato2020/07/07
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  57. Africa is a sleeping giant -- I'm trying to wake it up | Adeola Fayehun2020/07/06
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  58. Scenes from a Black trans life | D-L Stewart2020/07/02
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  59. Can beauty open our hearts to difficult conversations? | Titus Kaphar2020/07/01
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  60. How the pandemic will shape the near future | Bill Gates2020/07/01
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