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  • ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ shows that diversity onscreen is a win for everyone

    21 août 2018, par Pat Mitchell
    Crazy Rich Asians, a new Hollywood film that is an adaptation of the best-selling book by Kevin Kwan, topped the box office over the weekend, proving the “power of diversity (again).” The romantic comedy is a major motion picture with big studio backing and a reported budget of $30 million. For (...)
  • A model of possibility : Tiq Milan on being the architect of his own destiny

    20 août 2018, par Yasmin Belkhyr
    Tiq Milan and Kim Katrin Milan brought warmth and light to the TEDWomen stage in 2016, sharing their vision of queer love and possibility. As a Black trans activist, writer and media maker, Tiq Milan expands the cultural imaginary on what it is to live beyond the margins. It’s an interesting (...)
  • Moving healthcare forward : The talks of TED Salon : Catalyst

    17 août 2018, par Brian Greene
    Healthcare is at a turning point. Big data, evolving consumer preferences and shifting cost structures are just a few of the many complex factors shaping the opportunities and challenges that will define the future. How can we all become forces for positive change and progress? For the first (...)
  • Nnedi Okorafor pens a new Black Panther comic series, and more updates from TED speakers

    17 août 2018, par Yasmin Belkhyr
    We’ve been on break but the TED community definitely hasn’t — here are some highlights from the past few weeks. Black Panther’s Shuri stars in her own comic. Writer Nnedi Okorafor will team up with visual artist Leonardo Romero to bring Marvel’s newest Black Panther comic series to life. Shuri will (...)
  • 3 reasons why women are still fighting for equal healthcare

    13 août 2018, par Pat Mitchell
    TEDWomen co-host Pat Mitchell writes: Once again this summer, I had the privilege of moderating sessions during the Spotlight Health Aspen Institute Ideas Festival. There were some surprises in a session titled “Breakthroughs and Challenges in Women’s Health” with importance for all women, and I (...)
  • Why TED takes two weeks off every summer

    28 juillet 2018, par Emily McManus
    TED.com is about to go quiet for two weeks. No new TED Talks will be posted on the website until Monday, August 13, 2018, while most of the TED staff takes our annual two-week summer holiday. Yes, we all, or almost all, go on holiday at the same time. (No, we don’t all go to the same place.) (...)
  • TEDx talk under review

    26 juillet 2018, par TED Staff
    An independently organized TEDx event recently posted, and subsequently removed, a talk from the TEDx YouTube channel that the event organizer titled: “Why our perception of pedophilia has to change.” After reviewing the talk, we believe it cites research in ways that are open to serious (...)
  • Ideas sparked by “What if ?” : The talks of TED@UPS 2018

    24 juillet 2018, par Brian Greene
    The greatest ideas of our time will be sparked by a simple question: “What if?” What if we had truly inclusive workplaces? What if we removed the inefficiencies that stand in the way of eliminating world hunger? What if we could deliver quality health care in the home? What if we took back our (...)
  • What does TED look for in its Fellows ?

    20 juillet 2018, par TED Staff
    Every year, TED opens applications for its new group of TED Fellows. We get thousands of applications from all corners of the world, representing every field under the sun — marine mammal conservation, biomechatronics, Khmer dance, space archeology. How do we select just 20 people to become TED (...)
  • Electric and empowered : Monica Araya on Costa Rica’s clean energy future

    19 juillet 2018, par Yasmin Belkhyr
    Monica Araya made a big prediction on the TED stage in 2016: Costa Rica, her home country, will be the first nation in the world to pursue 100% renewable energy. Fast forward to 2018, and they’re on their way. Costa Rica already generates over 99% of their electricity through renewable energy, (...)

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