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  1. How to discover your authentic self -- at any age | Bevy Smith2022/05/20
    In a talk packed with wry wisdom, pop culture queen Bevy Smith shares hard-earned lessons about authenticity, confidence, mature success and why, if you put in the work, "life gets greater later."
  2. We have to stop destroying our future | Al Gore2022/05/20
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  3. How great leaders innovate -- responsibly | Ken Chenault2022/05/19
    In times of uncertainty, leaders have a responsibility to inspire hope. Sharing hard-won wisdom, business leader Ken Chenault talks about what it takes to enact positive, enduring change -- and why it's more important than ever to invest in responsible innovation that uplifts people and centers equality and fairness.
  4. The workplace, redefined by women of color | Deepa Purushothaman2022/05/18
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  5. The real reason you feel so busy (and what to do about it) | Dorie Clark2022/05/17
    These days, almost all of us feel pressed for time. Leadership expert Dorie Clark shares three hidden reasons people fall into an endless loop of feeling constantly busy, and invites you to question what really motivates how you spend your time.
  6. A creator-led internet, built on blockchain | Adam Mosseri2022/05/17
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  7. Why Africa needs community-led conservation | Resson Kantai Duff2022/05/16
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  8. The crime-fighting power of cross-border investigative journalism | Bektour Iskender2022/05/13
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  9. How to stop banks from investing in dirty energy | Lucie Pinson2022/05/12
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  10. My long walk across India for women's freedom | Srishti Bakshi2022/05/10
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  11. The future of the food ecosystem -- and the power of your plate | Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli2022/05/09
    Many people across the world don't have access to healthy food -- while in other places tons of food go to waste. Social entrepreneur Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli thinks we can take bold steps to fix this problem. She lays out what it would take to build a more equitable, sustainable food system that nourishes all people and asks us to widen our perspectives before eating our next meal.
  12. The most powerful untapped resource in health care | Edith Elliott and Shahed Alam2022/05/02
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  13. A bold plan to transform access to the US social safety net | Amanda Renteria2022/05/02
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  14. A transparent, easy way for smallholder farmers to save | Anushka Ratnayake2022/05/02
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  15. An election redesign to restore trust in US democracy | Tiana Epps-Johnson2022/05/02
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  16. Mental health care that disrupts cycles of violence | Celina de Sola2022/05/02
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  17. How ancient Arctic carbon threatens everyone on the planet | Sue Natali2022/05/02
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  18. Why Indigenous forest guardianship is crucial to climate action | Nonette Royo2022/05/02
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  19. A safe pathway to resettlement for migrants and refugees | Becca Heller2022/05/02
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  20. How to heal a divided world | Michèle Lamont2022/04/29
    How do we define worth in society, and who gets status? Sociologist Michele Lamont studies these questions and investigates ways to broaden the circle of recognition and fight the harm of social stigmatization. She lays out the steps needed to make more inclusive societies -- and it all starts by expanding our idea of who matters.
  21. The restorative power of medical tattoos | Becky Barker2022/04/28
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  22. How mRNA medicine will change the world | Melissa J. Moore2022/04/27
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  23. The funding gap in start-up investing | Temie Giwa-Tubosun2022/04/26
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  24. How the James Webb Space Telescope will unfold the universe | John C. Mather2022/04/25
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  25. Why people and AI make good business partners | Shervin Khodabandeh2022/04/22
    What happens when the data-driven capabilities of AI are combined with human creativity and ingenuity? Shining a light on the opportunities this futuristic collaboration could bring to the workplace, AI expert Shervin Khodabandeh shares how to redesign companies so that people and machines can learn from each other.
  26. We can make COVID-19 the last pandemic | Bill Gates2022/04/22
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  27. A new economic model for protecting tropical forests  | Nat Keohane2022/04/21
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  28. An Olympic champion's mindset for overcoming fear | Allyson Felix2022/04/20
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  29. A future worth getting excited about | Elon Musk2022/04/18
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  30. Elon Musk talks Twitter, Tesla and how his brain works — live at TED2022 | Elon Musk2022/04/18
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  31. Ukraine's fight to keep educating its children | Zoya Lytvyn2022/04/14
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  32. The likability dilemma for women leaders | Robin Hauser2022/04/13
    When women lead, bias often follows. Documentarian Robin Hauser dives into the dilemma between competence and likability faced by women in leadership roles, detangling the unconscious beliefs and gendered thinking that distort what it means to be a good leader.
  33. Stand with Ukraine in the fight against evil | Garry Kasparov2022/04/11
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  34. We could kick-start life on another planet. Should we? | Betül Kaçar2022/04/11
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  35. The rhythm and rhyme of memory, solitude and community | Rosanne Cash2022/04/07
    "Music can unlock a frozen memory that melts into the seeds of our creativity," says musician Rosanne Cash. Reflecting on the power of memory, solitude and community, she performs "The Sunken Lands" and "Particle And Wave" and meditates on some of life's most poignant and bittersweet themes.
  36. 5 promising factors propelling climate action | Gabriel Kra2022/04/06
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  37. NFTs, the metaverse and the future of digital art | Elizabeth Strickler2022/04/05
    In need of a brief yet illuminating lesson on the obsession with NFTs? Elizabeth Strickler breaks down the acronym and explains the fundamentals of non-fungible tokens, sharing how these digital assets are changing the landscape for artists and content creators looking to cash in on their creations -- in and out of the metaverse.
  38. Live drawings of the human experience | Jarrett J. Krosoczka2022/04/04
    In this live drawing performance and poignant autobiographical journey, author and illustrator Jarrett J. Krosoczka sketches some life-shaping moments, showing us how drawing and storytelling can help us honor and remain close to those we've lost.
  39. The 100 tampons NASA (almost) sent to space -- and other absurd songs | Marcia Belsky2022/04/01
    Performing two original songs, stand-up comedian, writer and musician Marcia Belsky shares comical commentary on some peculiar aspects of our culture -- from Instagram-stalking your crush to fending off mansplainers on social media -- and lampoons NASA's notorious decision to provide astronaut Sally Ride with an egregious supply of tampons for her six-day trip to space in 1983.
  40. What it's like to be a war refugee | Zarlasht Halaimzai2022/03/31
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  41. How webtoons are changing movies and TV | Hyeonmi Kim2022/03/30
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  42. What my gender transition taught me about womanhood | Paula Stone Williams2022/03/29
    After leading a well-established life as a pastor, father and husband, Paula Stone Williams could no longer deny her truth and transitioned. In this conversational and at times humorous reflection, Williams offers her perspective on the everyday experiences lost, gained and once taken for granted in her journey of trans womanhood.
  43. Goats, blockchain and the future of money | Fariel Salahuddin2022/03/28
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  44. Why all melodies should be free for musicians to use | Damien Riehl2022/03/25
    Evoke a familiar tune in a song and get slapped with a lawsuit ... it's a tale almost as old as copyright itself. Lawyer and technologist Damien Riehl digs into why "owning" a melody is a ludicrous legal assertion and composes a radical solution for the musical woes of songwriters everywhere.
  45. The African swamp protecting Earth's environment | Vera Songwe2022/03/24
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  46. The future will be shaped by optimists | Kevin Kelly2022/03/23
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  47. The hidden power of sad songs and rainy days | Susan Cain and Min Kym2022/03/22
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  48. Powerful photos that honor the lives of overlooked women | Smita Sharma2022/03/21
    In some parts of the world, girls are as likely to be married off or trafficked as they are to be educated. Photojournalist and TED Fellow Smita Sharma thoughtfully depicts overlooked girls and young women, while making sure not to disrupt the lives of her subjects in the process. Her work shows what might otherwise remain hidden -- the first step to changing the story.
  49. Why entrepreneurship flourishes in the countryside | Xiaowei R. Wang2022/03/18
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  50. The deep sea's medicinal secrets | Sam Afoullouss2022/03/17
    Under the sea, untold wonders await in the form of untapped medicinal potential. Chemist Sam Afoullouss dives into the science behind natural remedies, explaining why the ocean's great (and still largely unexplored) biodiversity is ideal for deriving and inspiring future treatments -- if we protect its waters and the marine life within them.
  51. The power of purpose in business | Ashley M. Grice2022/03/17
    What's a company's purpose? It's not the same as mission or vision, which change when leadership changes. Strategist Ashley M. Grice explains the power of purpose to push boundaries of innovation and bring clarity to every aspect of an organization, from the top floor to the shop floor.
  52. Climate change isn't a distant threat -- it's our reality | Selina Neirok Leem2022/03/16
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  53. 3 things men can do to promote gender equity | Jimmie Briggs2022/03/15
    "It is time for a gender reckoning, beginning with men authentically confronting our internal selves and each other," says essayist and intersectional justice advocate Jimmie Briggs. In this call to action for gender equity, he unpacks how traditional notions of masculinity harm society and offers three ways men can help promote personal safety, dignity and empowerment for all.
  54. Self-assembling robots and the potential of artificial evolution | Emma Hart2022/03/14
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  55. War in Ukraine -- and what it means for the world order | Ian Bremmer2022/03/11
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  56. How to design mosquitoes out of cities | Cameron Webb2022/03/11
    As cities adopt greener, more sustainable designs, there's risk of a dangerous and unwelcome tenant moving in: mosquitoes. Researcher Cameron Webb explains what urban planners and the general public need to understand about mosquitoes -- the deadliest animals on the planet -- in order to avoid future outbreaks of disease carried by these pesky insects.
  57. The critical role of Black mothers -- and how to support all moms | Anna Malaika Tubbs2022/03/10
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