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  • TED Prize winner Sarah Parcak unearths ancient mysteries on “60 Minutes”

    22 mai 2017, par Chelsea Catlett
    What’s the best way to find something lost on the ground, like a historical site from a civilization lost to time? For archaeologist Sarah Parcak, the answer’s obvious — from way up above, using satellites, of course. As a space archaeologist, she’s found the lost city of Tanis (of Indiana Jones: (...)
  • Filmmaker Jen Brea gets a Sundance fellowship, Pamela Ronald makes the case for engineered rice, and more

    19 mai 2017, par Rebekah Barnett
    Behold, your recap of TED-related news: A new Sundance grant helps indie films get seen. Making a film is hard enough — but getting the film seen by an audience can be just as difficult, especially in this era of non-stop media shifts. To help, Sundance just launched the Creative Distribution (...)
  • We asked 3 experts : How will AI change our lives in the near future ?

    17 mai 2017, par TED Guest Author
    Imagine a world where your car drives itself, your fridge does the grocery shopping, and robots work alongside you. Rapid advances in artificial intelligence are turning that world into a near-future possibility. But what will that future really look like, and how will it change our lives? We (...)
  • In memory of Benjamin Barber

    9 mai 2017, par Helen Walters
    Nation states are failing miserably on some of the more urgent global challenges of the modern age — especially climate change, predatory capitalism, terrorism and forced migration. Nations are increasingly closed, parochial and outdated, slow to respond to the pressures of a fast changing (...)
  • The TED2017 film festival : Shorts from the conference

    6 mai 2017, par Kate Torgovnick May
    TED is about speakers stepping on a stage and sharing an idea in 18 minutes or less. But throughout our annual conference, short films play a vital part in the program too — opening sessions and providing moments of pause, reflection and laughter between talks. The short films shown during the (...)
  • A celebrated building turns 50…and other TED news

    5 mai 2017, par Rebekah Barnett
    Behold, your recap of TED-related news: Habitat turns 50! First conceptualized in 1961 as part of architect Moshe Safdie’s thesis at McGill University, Habitat 67 has gone on to inspire several generations of architects. Combining high-rise living with community connection, Habitat’s concrete (...)
  • The VOID returns to TED, Ghostbusters style

    4 mai 2017, par Chelsea Catlett
    Two years ago, a prototype VR experience re-imagined the way we interact with virtual reality by interweaving the digital and physical space — and one year ago, it held its lines-out-the-door premiere at TED2016. Today, THE VOID has locations in Times Square, New York; Dubai, United Arab (...)
  • TEDsters get to know students around the world, thanks to EverFi

    4 mai 2017, par Chelsea Catlett
    EverFi is supporting the TED2017 community in having a direct hand in changing the future. As a leader in connecting education to the real world since launching at TED in 2008, EverFi allows attendees to meet those who will truly impact the future us — middle and high school students passionate (...)
  • The future us : The talks of Session 11 of TED2017

    1er mai 2017, par Crawford Hunt
    In the final session of TED2017, we look ahead to the future we’ll build together. Below, recaps of the talks from Session 11, in chronological order. A design renaissance for our apps. “There’s a hidden goal driving all of our technology, and that goal is the race for our attention.” says Tristan (...)
  • What will the future look like ? Elon Musk speaks at TED2017

    1er mai 2017, par Brian Greene
    In conversation with TED’s Head Curator Chris Anderson, serial entrepreneur and future-builder Elon Musk discusses his new project digging tunnels under LA, Hyperloop, Tesla, SpaceX and his dreams for what the world could look like. Below, highlights from the conversation. Why are you boring? (...)

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