Humanity vs Virus: How we could win a terrifying war | Bruce Aylward | TEDxPlaceDesNations
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Humanity vs Virus: How we could win a terrifying war | Bruce Aylward | TEDxPlaceDesNations

Translator: Eriko T Reviewer: Denise RQ When I was asked to, invited, rather, to give this talk a couple of months ago we discussed a…

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Spencer Wells: Building a family tree for all humanity
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Spencer Wells: Building a family tree for all humanity

Jambo, bonjour, zdravstvujtye, dayo: these are a few of the languages that I’ve spoken little bits of over the course of the last six weeks,…

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How big data redefines global culture / University of Tyumen / Cultural studies
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How big data redefines global culture / University of Tyumen / Cultural studies

If you place all 6 mln cultural events that had been published in the last 10 years on global platforms like Meetup, Behance and TED…

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Afrofuturism in popular culture: Wanuri Kahiu at TEDxNairobi
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Afrofuturism in popular culture: Wanuri Kahiu at TEDxNairobi

Translator: Michael Wilson Reviewer: Denise RQ My talk [is] about Afrofuturism and the African. Afrofuturism is considered what speculative fiction, myths, legends, science fiction, and…

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How Social Media is Changing the News: Xavier Damman at TEDxBrussels
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How Social Media is Changing the News: Xavier Damman at TEDxBrussels

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A brie(f) history of cheese – Paul Kindstedt
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A brie(f) history of cheese – Paul Kindstedt

Before empires and royalty, before pottery and writing, before metal tools and weapons – there was cheese. As early as 8000 BCE, the earliest Neolithic…

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A day in the life of an ancient Egyptian doctor – Elizabeth Cox
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A day in the life of an ancient Egyptian doctor – Elizabeth Cox

It’s another sweltering morning in Memphis, Egypt. As the sunlight brightens the Nile, Peseshet checks her supplies. Honey, garlic, cumin, acacia leaves, cedar oil. She’s…

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The rise and fall of the Inca Empire – Gordon McEwan
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The rise and fall of the Inca Empire – Gordon McEwan

It was the Western Hemisphere’s largest empire ever, with a population of nearly 10 million subjects. Over an area of more than 900,000 square kilometers,…

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Astroturf and manipulation of media messages | Sharyl Attkisson | TEDxUniversityofNevada
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Astroturf and manipulation of media messages | Sharyl Attkisson | TEDxUniversityofNevada

Translator: Marta Palacio Reviewer: Denise RQ Consider this fictitious example that’s inspired by real life: say you’re watching the news, and you see a story…

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A year offline, what I have learned | Paul Miller | TEDxEutropolis
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A year offline, what I have learned | Paul Miller | TEDxEutropolis

Translator: Marta Palacio Reviewer: Denise RQ I left the Internet for an entire year. I was 26 years old, it was May 1, 2012, and…

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