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A new civic gathering, awarding disobedience, and the case for resettlement


As usual, the TED community has lots of news to share this week. Below, some highlights. A new civic gathering.

A night to talk about design


Designers solve problems and bring beauty to the world. At TEDNYC Design Lab, a night of talks at TED HQ in New York City hosted by design curator Chee Pearlman with content producer Cloe Shasha, six speakers pulled back the curtain to reveal the hard work and creative process behind great design.

Meet the Spring 2017 class of TED Residents


TED Residents Steve Rosenbaum and Nikki Allen Webber break the ice (that’s Alison Cornyn in the background).

A night to talk about the ‘D’ in TED: The talks of TEDNYC Design Lab


Designers solve problems and bring beauty to the world. At TEDNYC Design Lab, a night of talks at TED HQ in New York City hosted by design curator Chee Pearlman with content producer Cloe Shasha, six speakers pulled back the curtain to reveal the hard work and creative process behind great design.

Meet the Spring 2017 class of TED Residents


TED Residents Steve Rosenbaum and Nikki Allen Webber break the ice (that’s Alison Cornyn in the background).

These TED2017 speakers’ talks will be broadcast live to cinemas April 24 and 25

The speaker lineup for the TED2017 conference features more than 70 thinkers and doers from around the world — including a dozen or so whose unfiltered TED Talks will be broadcast live to movie theater audiences across the U.S.

‘Armchair archaeologists’ search 5 million tiles of Peru


Morning clouds reveal Machu Picchu, ancient city of the Incas. Peru is home to many archaeological sites — and citizen scientists are mapping the country with GlobalXplorer. Photo: Design Pics Inc./National Geographic Creative GlobalXplorer, the citizen science platform for archaeology, launched two weeks ago.

A new map of the Peruvian Amazon, the race to explore the deep ocean, and a rock album reimagined


As usual, the TED community has lots of news to share this week. Below, some highlights. A map to guide conservation.

What’s behind the split in the conservative movement? A conversation onstage at TED HQ


“I have absolutely no regrets that I voted for Trump and that he’s our president right now,” says economist Diana Furchtgott-Roth, at right, in conversation with TED curator Chris Anderson, left, and Eliot A.

Can we heal the US’ fractured political conversation? A talk with Gretchen Carlson and David Brooks


“How can we bridge the gap between the left and right, to have a wiser, more connected conversation?” asks TED’s curator, Chris Anderson, at left, while speaking with journalist Gretchen Carlson and columnist David Brooks at TED, March 01, 2017, in New York.

A night to talk about redemption: TEDNYC Rebirth


Journalist and documentary filmmaker Jon Ronson curated and hosted a night of talks about moving toward greater certainty and stable ground.

Step away from the internet, and other ways to fight tyranny: A conversation with Timothy Snyder and Rick Perlstein


“Can we learn something from the past that helps us see more in the present?” asks Timothy Snyder, right, onstage with historian Rick Perlstein, during TED Dialogues.

Where in the world has Humanae been?


Photographer Angélica Dass captures some of humanity’s truest colors through her portrait project Humanae, a catalogue of human skin color displayed as a simple, captivating collage of Pantone portraits that reflects the deepest shades of brown and black, to the lighter tones of white, pink and everything in between.

Watch tomorrow: What’s next for democracy? A live Facebook chat


Tomorrow, join us on Facebook Live for another episode of TED Dialogues, our response to current events, adding insight, context and nuance to the conversations we’re having right now.

TED Dialogues: An urgent response to a dangerously divisive time

These are astonishing days. Amid rapid-fire policy changes, America has grown even more divided; similar divisions are spreading across the world. Vitriolic rhetoric roars from all sides, and battle lines are hardening.

“Humanity can rise to the challenge”: Yuval Harari in conversation at TED Dialogues


In a wide-ranging conversation with Yuval Harari at TED’s theater, TED’s Chris Anderson (left) asked: How should we behave in this post-truth era?

A night to talk about redemption: TEDNYC Rebirth


Journalist and documentary Jon Ronson curated and hosted a night of talks about moving toward greater certainty and stable ground.

“Humanity can rise to the challenge”: Yuval Harari in conversation at TED Dialogues


In a wide-ranging conversation with Yuval Harari at TED’s theater, TED’s Chris Anderson (left) asked: How should we behave in this post-truth era?

A personal memory of Hans Rosling, from TED’s founding director of video


Hans Rosling. Credit: TED / James Duncan Davidson I was there when Hans Rosling first shook the room at TED, and transformed tiresome medical statistics into an action-packed, live performance about real people’s lives on the line.

“Humanity can rise to the challenge”: Yuval Harari in conversation at TED Dialogues


In a wide-ranging conversation with Yuval Harari at TED’s theater, TED’s Chris Anderson (left) asked: How should we behave in this post-truth era?


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