Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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The big idea: What your casual online behavior reveals about you (and what to...

It seems these days, everybody’s getting hacked. With so much of our most sensitive information stored on servers in some remote part of the world,...

The big idea: What your casual online behavior reveals to hackers (and what to...

It seems these days, everybody’s getting hacked. With so much of our most sensitive information stored on servers in some remote part of the world,...

Healing hearts at the intersection of modern medicine and indigenous culture

Worldwide, nearly one out of every hundred children is born with a congenital heart disease, which can vary from defective vessels and leaky valves,...

Symbolic logic: How African alphabets got to the TEDGlobal stage

Three proposed sketches for the backdrop of the TEDGlobal stage, incorporating characters from many different African languages, are shared here by the designer (and...

How the ‘Battle of the Sexes’ influenced a generation of men: Billie Jean King’s...

Billie Jean King: “Bobby Riggs — he was the former number one player, he wasn’t just some hacker. He was one of my heroes and...

Cassini’s final dive, and more news from TED speakers

As usual, the TED community has lots of news to share this week. Below, some highlights. Farewell to Cassini — and here’s to the continuing...

Meet the Fall 2017 class of TED Residents

The goal of the TED Residency is to incubate breakthrough projects of all kinds. Our Residents come from many areas of expertise, backgrounds and...

Future visions: The talks of TEDGlobalNYC

A night of TED Talks at The Town Hall theater in Manhattan covered topics ranging from climate change and fake news to the threat...

Hurricanes, monsoons and the human rights of climate change: TEDWomen chats with Mary Robinson

Mary Robinson speaks at TEDWomen 2015 at the Monterey Conference Center. Photo: Marla Aufmuth/TED Two years ago, former president of Ireland Mary Robinson graced the...

Standing for art and truth: A chat with Sethembile Msezane

In 2014, Sethembile Msezane created a character based on her own Zulu traditions, and posed as her character, silently, in front of a statue...