Design di nuovi futuri: la persona al centro | Emanuel Ingrao | TEDxModena

L’impatto del metodo Human-Centered Design in un intervento di rigenerazione degli spazi nel carcere italiano San Vittore. I bisogni di agenti di polizia e detenuti al centro del processo di innovazione. The impact of human-centered design in the space regeneration of the San Vittore prison in Italy. The needs of police officers and prisoners at the center of the innovation process. Nella sua attività combina quattro parole: umanità, fiducia, creatività, positività.
Crede nella costruzione di relazioni empatiche e di qualità con le persone e nell’importanza di far emergere nuovi talenti. Incoraggia la massima creatività nell’immaginare cambiamenti fuori dal comune. È velista e porta con sé nel quotidiano le tracce di ciò che ha imparato nelle sue esperienze di navigazione dense di
imprevedibilità, strategia, gioia e paura.
Shifton è uno studio avanzato di Design per l’innovazione sociale. Progetta nuove strategie con cui ispirare al cambiamento e immaginare nuovi scenari di futuro sostenibile. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

This Is 100 Calories

From celery to a slice of cake, we are going to explain what 100 Calories actually looks like, and WHY calorie counting is bad for you.

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Trebor Scholz: Stuck in the gig economy? Try platform co-ops instead | TED

Co-ops date back almost 200 years, run by groups of people that work together to own and operate a company. What does it look like when this tried-and-true business model merges with the digital economy? Trebor Scholz introduces the “platform cooperative,” a new way to create democratic companies of empowered workers — and develop a better, fairer alternative to the gig economy.

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Is Masculinity Killing Men? | Rob Wang | TEDxTemecula

In this talk, we cover the science of what makes suicide the 10th biggest cause of death among American men, what goes through someone’s mind when they’re deciding whether to live or die, and the very simple solution that can begin to turn that around. A certified charisma coach and entrepreneur who once worked with Fortune 500 brands, Rob Wang seemingly had everything – yet, to him, his life felt empty, and about five years ago the Orange County resident suffered through a period of suicidal depression. After figuring out what was keeping him from seeking help, he successfully navigated that period of his life and now helps other men in similar situations. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

Your cuticles aren’t just for aesthetics #shorts #science

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How BOOK IT! Made Reading Delicious

Pizza Hut’s BOOK IT! program brought together reading and pizza, making it practically tailor-made for a young Erin McCarthy (@erincmccarthy). If it’s any indication, the BOOK IT! pin featured in this video is Erin’s *actual* pin, which she held on to for more than two decades (she’s not weird*.)

If you know the joy of getting a fifth star on your BOOK IT! pin or celebrating a pizza party in class, this video is for you. We’ll talk about the origins of BOOK IT! and discuss how the program continues to evolve today.

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Как нейротехнологии помогут нам жить долго и счастливо. | Владимир Статут | TEDxKarpovka

Человек развивается с невероятной скоростью и его запросы на самореализацию выходят за пределы его физических и временных возможностей. Вероятно, уже в ближайшем будущем ученые и технологии, способные анализировать BigData в области био-данных человека смогут оптимизировать человека как психофизиологическую систему.
Благодаря чему, мы сможем получить некого супер-ассистента, персонального гида по нашей жизни, который на основе анализа данных и предсказательных моделей поможет нам максимально эффективно самореализовываться. Эксперт Фонда содействия инновациям. Член Рабочих групп Национальной технологической инициативы РФ (НТИ РФ) НейроНет и СпортНет, внешний эксперт Университета Сириус. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

Jeff Dean: AI isn’t as smart as you think — but it could be | TED

What is AI, really? Jeff Dean, the head of Google’s AI efforts, explains the underlying technology that enables artificial intelligence to do all sorts of things, from understanding language to diagnosing disease — and presents a roadmap for building better, more responsible systems that have a deeper understanding of the world. (Followed by a Q&A with head of TED Chris Anderson)

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The Biggest Myth About Your Metabolism Debunked

You’ve probably heard that your metabolism slows down as your age. Turns out, that isn’t entirely true. A new study revealed that your metabolism actually remains steady throughout most of your adult life.
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Every minute of every day, your body is converting food or stored fat into energy to keep itself going—pumping blood, expanding and contracting your lungs, plus all kinds of stuff on a cellular level, like making new cells and getting rid of old ones. That’s your basal metabolic rate. On top of that, there’s the energy you expend to move around and do the physical activity of your day… plus the energy it takes to process your food into energy in the first place. The exact amount of energy it takes to do all this varies from person to person. If someone burns through a lot of energy in a given amount of time, we say they have a fast metabolism. Those who burn less energy in the same amount of time have a ‘slow’ metabolism.

There are so many crash diets and ‘quick fixes’ that promise to speed up your metabolism to help you achieve weight loss, but the truth is that the speed of your metabolism is determined almost entirely by your genes. And research is telling us that metabolism actually plays a relatively small role in weight management anyway—the biggest factors for this are good ol’ diet and activity levels.

So how about that “our metabolism gets slower as we age?” factoid? Well, for years it was widely accepted by the scientific community, but a 2021 study has given us a much-needed update. A team of 80 co-authors analyzed metabolic rate data collected by different labs over the course of 40 years. This data comes from more than 6,400 people ranging from 8 days old to 95 years old. Turns out, there are metabolic shifts in our lives, but probably not when you think. Our calorie-burning peak is actually when we’re infants, when from birth to 15 months we’re using crazy amounts of energy to grow our brains and our bodies. Infants actually burn calories 50% faster than adults! After these early days, our metabolism slows down throughout childhood and adolescence before it settles around age 20 into our adult rate. Then at 60 years old, our metabolic rate drops again, and keeps declining until the end of our lives. But between 20 and 60, that biiiiig span of time in the middle? Our metabolism stays pretty much the same, even through big changes like pregnancy or menopause.

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Pontzer et al. report that energy expenditure (adjusted for weight) in neonates was like that of adults but increased substantially in the first year of life (see the Perspective by Rhoads and Anderson). It then gradually declined until young individuals reached adult characteristics, which were maintained from age 20 to 60 years.

What We Think We Know About Metabolism May Be Wrong

There are more than 80 co-authors on the study. By combining efforts from a half dozen labs collected over 40 years, they had sufficient information to ask general questions about changes in metabolism over a lifetime.

What I learned about weight loss from spending a day inside a metabolic chamber
https://www.vox.com/2018/9/4/17486110/metabolism-diet-fast-weight-loss
There are only about 30 metabolic chambers in the world, and the NIH is home to three. These highly sensitive, multimillion-dollar scientific instruments are considered the gold standard for measuring metabolism.
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Researchers were inspired by a certain purple villain to study the physics of finger snapping, and they found that the mundane hand motion is actually quite an impressive feat.

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Why I use blood as a material | Basse Stittgen | TEDxVienna

It is essential for life, both medically and metaphorically, and still we are repulsed by it. Blood tells many stories, about life and death and a world in between, yet there are stories that remain untold: what happens with the blood of animals in the age of industrialized slaughter? And what kind of stigma has to be faced when carrying an infectious disease in your blood? This talk will ask those questions and explore the narratives that unfold once invisible blood becomes physical. The work of Basse Stittgen is positioned at the intersection of design, art and material research. It stems from a fascination for material, how it can be created, applied, used / re-used and questioned. This approach might lead to investigations into production cycles, or become a tool to unfold hidden narratives and potentials embedded in matter. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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Tapping into his jazz and R&B influences, singer-songwriter Charlie Puth performs an impeccable cover of Stevie Wonder’s “You and I.”

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Why is it so hard to escape poverty? – Ann-Helén Bay

Explore the paradox of welfare programs, and learn how they inadvertently reinforce generational poverty, and what we can do to fix them.

Imagine that you’ve been unemployed for months. Government benefit programs have helped you cover your expenses, but you’re barely getting by. Finally, you receive a paycheck— but there’s a catch. Your new job pays enough to disqualify you from benefit programs, but not enough to cover your costs. So how do we design benefit programs that don’t penalize you for working? Ann-Helén Bay investigates.

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The Game Changing Science to Preserve Fertility

Cancer and cancer treatment take a major toll on a patient’s health, including their fertility. Luckily, fertility preservation techniques are ever-evolving, and there are lots of options for people with cancer to reduce the risk of infertility.
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When we say chemotherapy, that actually means any drug used to treat any kind of illness, but in the context of cancer treatment, these are drugs that are targeted to eradicate cancer cells. And these drugs may not only affect active eggs but can also degrade the backup pool that’s stored in the ovaries for future ovulation.

Radiation in the pelvic area can also directly harm your eggs. And any destruction of hormone-regulating parts of the body, like the ovaries, can trigger some pretty drastic changes, including the onset of menopause-like symptoms before age 40.

For male reproductive equipment—chemotherapy can damage sperm and sperm-generating parts of the body, so before treatment, he needed to consult a fertility specialist. For those with testes, that means deciding whether you want to collect and store a sperm sample.

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The term “fertility” is used to describe the ability to conceive a child naturally. Some cancer treatments affect fertility in males and females. The risk of infertility from cancer treatment is based on several factors, including the patient’s age and the type and dosage of treatment received.

Preserving Fertility in Adolescent and Young Adult Women with Cancer
https://www.curetoday.com/view/preserving-fertility-in-adolescent-and-young-adult-women-with-cancer
But there’s still a lot of work to be done in oncofertility, a term coined in 2006 to bring the fields of oncology and fertility medicine together to help children, adolescents and young adults who have cancer. That same year, the American Society of Clinical Oncology issued guidelines urging oncologists to discuss the possibility of infertility as a cancer treatment side effect and to refer patients to fertility specialists when needed. Three years later, a national survey found that fewer than 50% of people with childhood and gynecologic cancers were aware of these infertility risks.

Ovarian transplant technique extends fertility in cancer patients
https://news.yale.edu/2021/11/17/ovarian-transplant-technique-extends-fertility-cancer-patients
With this method, ovarian tissue is removed from the patient, frozen until their cancer treatment is complete and then retransplanted, providing a new “window” of fertility and a chance at conception. The procedure, known as ACOTT (autologous cryopreserved ovarian tissue transplantation), has continued to evolve.

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Could Climate Change Make Plants More Toxic?

Some believe that increased carbon emissions could faster growing plants, but some scientists worry that it could mean more toxic and invasive species.

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Careful What You Wish For | Rick Kirkham | TEDxArendal

Rick Kirkham is an experienced journalist and filmmaker who has dedicated his life to telling stories. Best known for his 2006 HBO show TV Junkie as well as his appearance in the Netflix series Tiger King, Kirkham has always been interested in television. He was constantly on the lookout for his next big story, and after traveling the world, Kirkham has now settled in Bodø after love brought him to Norway.

In this talk at TEDxArendal, journalist and filmmaker Rick Kirkham tells his life story. A journey that has involved everything from working with the police to chase down criminals, to wrestling alligators and even swimming with sharks.

All the while his father’s words were in the back of his head “careful what you wish for, you might end up getting more than you bargained for”. Rick’s story is a story about a man being pushed down by the weight of life, but always rising back up again. Rick Kirkham is an experienced journalist and filmmaker who has dedicated his life to telling stories. Best known for his 2006 HBO show TV Junkie as well as his recent appearance in the Netflix series Tiger King, Kirkham has always been interested in television. He is constantly on the lookout for his next big story, and after traveling the world, having a guest appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show, being shot out of a cannon, and wrestling a nine-foot alligator, Kirkham has now settled in Bodø after love brought him to Norway. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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How the brain makes memories | Lisa Genova | Big Think

Our best guesses at the mystery of memory, with Lisa Genova
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Pardis Parker: I’m tired of people telling me to “grind” | TED

In an uproarious stand-up set, comedian Pardis Parker rails against a central tenet of modern culture: the “grind.”

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Метавселенные: революция продуктивности или финал человечества? | Михаил Степнов | TEDxVolkovSquare

Почему все говорят о метавселенных и что это вообще такое? Подключат ли нас всех к «Матрице» или мы начнем ходить на работу в “VR”? О перспективах развития метавселенных и технологий, их создающих, в выступлении Михаила Степнова. исполнительный директор по исследованию данных, Sber AI This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

Ten years ago, I predicted 2022. Did I get it right?

Predicting the future is a fool’s errand, but I tried it: talking about phones, lifelogging, and social changes. And on top of that: what do I think’s coming in 2032? ■ Full original talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcPhMqLPuvQ

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Stones on an Infinite Chessboard – Numberphile

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Humans Might Need Artificial Gravity for Space Travel

Despite the fact that floating around in space looks like a certified blast, it’s not something the human body is optimized for. In order to make these trips possible, scientists are going to have to figure out how to mimic Earth’s gravity in space.
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We evolved with gravity constantly pulling on us at a rate of about 9.8 m/s2, or 1 g. Our bodies are built in a way that takes that into account. Our rigid bones can hold us up, our cardiovascular system can pump blood to and from our extremities, our vestibular system in our ears keeps us balanced, and so on. Our bodies are also good at adapting to our needs, which means when you take gravity away the body starts to change. Bones lose mineral density, hearts weaken, and the vestibular system shuts off because suddenly there is no “up” anymore. So long as the body stays in space these changes aren’t really a problem, but coming back to Earth and readapting to 1 g can be painful and disorienting.

To make the transition to Earth easier, astronauts on the ISS have to spend two and a half hours every day doing aerobic and resistive exercise. It takes a lot of valuable time and still doesn’t prevent all bodily changes, so maybe some sort of artificial gravity could be a better solution. The only practical way to recreate the effects of gravity would be by using centrifugal force, aka spinning. If you’ve ever clung for dear life to one of those whirligigs on a playground you know what I’m talking about. If astronauts could somehow be spun around that might mimic gravity enough to keep their bodies from changing too drastically. There have actually been several proposals on how to leverage centrifugal force, and each of them has its downsides.

One of them is a staple of sci-fi: a spacecraft with a gigantic rotating section. Inside the astronauts would be pushed towards the outermost wall and that would become the “floor”, so to speak, while the rest of the station would remain stationary and in microgravity. But a spacecraft like this would be really complex and expensive to build. Another design is a long spacecraft that twirls like a baton, creating Earth-like acceleration at either end. If the craft were about a kilometer long it would only need to rotate once or twice a minute, but a kilometer-long spacecraft would be about 10 times longer than the ISS and an incredible engineering feat.

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Why does China want to build a kilometre-long spacecraft? And is it even possible?
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“Thinking about the future, Harvey points to a Chinese report published in 2009 called Roadmap 2050, which is the blueprint for how China plans to become the world’s leading space-faring nation by the middle of the century. “The horizon to Chinese spaceflight is not years or decades but half-centuries,” he says.”

Artificial Gravity
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Why the US photographed its own WWII concentration camps

Dorothea Lange’s photos of the incarceration of Japanese Americans went largely unseen for decades.

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US President Franklin D. Roosevelt passed Executive Order 9066 in February 1942 — two months after Japan’s bombing of the US Navy base at Pearl Harbor. It empowered the US army to designate strategic “military areas” from which any and all people deemed a threat could be forcibly removed. This began a process of placing 120,000 Japanese Americans in concentration camps during World War II.

To control the narrative around the removal, the government created a new department, the War Relocation Authority, and hired photographers to document the process. One of those photographers was Dorothea Lange, who had become famous during the 1930s for her Great Depression photographs for the Farm Security Administration.

Her images featured Japanese-American people in the weeks, days, and hours leading up to their incarceration in the camps, and captured expressions of dignity, resolve, and fear.

Most of Lange’s candid photos of the removal process weren’t approved for publication by the War Relocation Authority and were “impounded” for the duration of the war. They weren’t seen again widely until 1972, when her former assistant pulled them from the National Archives for a museum exhibit about the incarceration of Japanese Americans, called Executive Order 9066.

The photos became part of a redress movement for Japanese Americans in the 1970s and 1980s, which ultimately resulted in the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, a bill that approved reparations for survivors of the camps.

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Dorothea Lange’s WRA photos at the University of California:
https://calisphere.org/collections/24123/?q=&sort=a&rq=dorothea%20lange

Dorothea Lange’s WRA photos at the US National Archives:
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Satsuki Ina’s award-winning documentary, “From a Silk Cocoon”:
https://www.fromasilkcocoon.com/

I interviewed Elena Tajima Creef for this story as well, check out her book “Imaging Japanese America”:

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Densho’s terminology guide for talking about the incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWII:

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More information about language and semantics from NPR, specifically about the choice to refer to the camps as “concentration camps” instead of “internment camps:” https://www.npr.org/sections/publiceditor/2012/02/10/146691773/euphemisms-concentration-camps-and-the-japanese-internment

Linda Gordon and Gary Okihiro’s book about Lange’s WRA photos, “Impounded”:
https://wwnorton.com/books/9780393330908

Ansel Adams’s WRA-approved 1944 book of photos from the Manzanar camp, “Born Free and Equal”:
https://www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/manz/book.html

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Whose baby is this? IVF mix-ups & other reasons to change the law | Ellen Trachman | TEDxMileHigh

What happens when a couple freezes embryos to conceive a baby later, but they get divorced? What if egg and sperm samples get mixed up? Or worse – what if an embryo is implanted in the wrong woman? Thanks to technology, there are so many ways to have a baby or start a family – but the law has severely lagged behind, creating all kinds of “stranger than fiction” legal problems. In this hilarious & jaw-dropping talk, attorney Ellen Trachman explains why our reproductive laws need to change – and what you can do to protect yourselves & your family in the meantime. Attorney Ellen Trachman represents those wishing to build a family through assisted reproductive technology. In 2019, Ellen co-founded Colorado Fertility Advocates, a non-profit organization supporting Colorado fertility professionals and advocates. She was named Ally of the Year by the Colorado LGBT Bar Association and one of Denver’s 40 Under 40. Ellen writes a weekly column for Above the Law and co-hosts the podcast I Want To Put A Baby In You. She lives in Denver, Colorado, with her spouse, four kids, and adorable mini goldendoodle, Teddy. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

Man in the Middle & Needham–Schroeder Protocol – Computerphile

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What nurses can teach us | Christie Watson | TEDxVienna

Nursing cannot cure us, our human condition, this messy magic of being human. But here’s the thing, nursing doesn’t seek to cure. Nurses can remind us who we are, or who we are meant to be. It is nurses who can save us. Christie Watson is a writer and Professor of Medical and Health Humanities. She is Patron of the Royal College of Nursing Foundation. Her book Tiny Sunbirds Far Away won the Costa First Novel Award and along with her second novel, Where Women Are Kings, was widely translated and achieved international critical acclaim. The Language of Kindness, published in 2018, was a number one Sunday Times bestseller and Book of the Year in the Evening Standard, Guardian, New Statesman, the Sunday Times and The Times. It has been translated
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What I’ve learned from reading over 10,000 diaries | Sally MacNamara Ivey | TEDxVienna

In the past 34 years Sally MacNamara Ivey has read and researched over 10,000 vintage diaries. What she shares here in her talk is how that journey began, how it has changed her life and the power of the handwritten word. Everybody has an untold story worthy of telling. Sally MacNamara Ivey has been collecting and researching diaries since 1987. Since then she has had the privilege of reading over 10,000 original vintage diaries. Sally began her own diary at the age of 10 and was later given her great-grandmothers diary. Sally’s life changing journey soon began and all because of the precious handwritten words and untold stories of those who have gone before her. Her extensive collection spans from 1792 to 2010. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

How parents can share smarter on social media | Stacey Steinberg | TEDxVienna

We are the first generation of parents to raise kids alongside social media, and our kids are the first generation to grow up shared. How can we balance staying connected online with protecting our children’s privacy?

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How reading books by authors of colour helps us reclaim our humanity | Layla F. Saad | TEDxVienna

Black author and antiracism educator Layla F. Saad has always been a book nerd. But for the majority of her life, the books that she read did not represent her. She was 15 years old the first time she read a book by a Black author, and 33 years old when she intentionally started reading books by Black authors and authors of colour consistently. In her quest to become a good ancestor, she has learned that reading books by authors of colour can help us all reclaim our humanity. Layla F. Saad is a New York Times and Sunday Times bestselling author, anti-racism educator, international speaker, and podcast host on the topics of race, identity, leadership, personal transformation and social change. She is the author of the groundbreaking antiracism book, Me and White Supremacy. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

Pourquoi une start-up gagnerait à agir pour une cause ? | Hadrien Collot | TEDxBSBDijon

D’enfant, n’aimant pas l’école, à entrepreneur responsable dans la protection de l’environnement, Hadrien Collot prouve qu’il est possible de suivre ses passions et de réussir. Il raconte ce qui l’a poussé à dépenser son énergie dans la création d’une entreprise et d’une ONG devenue internationale dans le but de suivre ses convictions et ses engagements dans la protection des mers et des océans. Il place alors son entreprise comme un véritable outil pour oeuvrer dans une cause concrète. Hadrien Collot est diplômé de l’École des Métiers de l’Environnement et il se consacre aujourd’hui à développer l’entrepreneuriat responsable. Apnéiste passionné, il regrette de voir l’environnement marin de plus en plus pollué par les déchets provoquant des dégâts considérables pour la nature et la biodiversité. Hadrien dédie alors son énergie à la préservation des mers et des océans. Pour cela, il crée NIU, une start-up française de crèmes solaires écologiques et responsable avec un objectif de protection de la qualité de l’eau. Pour aller encore plus loin, il co-fonde OCTOP’US en 2019, un réseau international de plus de 150 acteurs engagés à sauver et préserver la biodiversité marine. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

Irma L. Olguin Jr.: How to turn around a city | TED

Computer skills aren’t what’s stopping people from breaking into the tech industry, says social entrepreneur Irma L. Olguin Jr. More often, the biggest hurdles are things like access to childcare, transportation and financial stability. In this visionary talk, Olguin Jr. introduces the work she’s done to uplift and empower people in her community in Fresno, California — and shows how it can be a model to elevate “underdog” communities across the world.

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Elizabeth Holmes Found Guilty of Fraud [Theranos Trial Details]

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What went wrong with Theranos?


• https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2021/11/holmes-claimed-theranos-could-do-more-than-1000-tests-it-did-12/
• https://www.cnbc.com/2021/08/06/elizabeth-holmes-gives-birth-as-theranos-fraud-trial-nears.html
• https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-08-20/elizabeth-holmes-trial-how-theranos-founder-plans-defense-to-stay-out-of-prison
• https://www.medicaldevice-network.com/features/elizabeth-holmes-trial/
• https://thewire.in/world/theranos-founder-elizabeth-holmes-fraud-trial-set-to-begin-in-the-us
• https://www.bbc.com/news/business-58494912
• https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/14/elizabeth-holmes-theranos-trial-ex-employee-says-company-lost-millions.html
• https://almanacnews.com/news/2021/09/23/elizabeth-holmes-trial-nurse-practitioner-describes-alarming-inaccurate-theranos-test-results
• https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2021/sep/29/techscape-theranos-elizabeth-holmes-trial
• https://www.almanacnews.com/news/2021/10/01/elizabeth-holmes-defense-challenges-lab-directors-testimony-about-theranos-testing-procedures
• https://www.businessinsider.in/tech/news/theranos-founder-elizabeth-holmes-merch-is-gaining-popularity-making-fun-of-the-girlboss/articleshow/86733937.cms
• https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2021-10-28-this-week-were-listening-to-investigating-the-myth-of-elizabeth-holmes/
• https://www.theverge.com/2021/9/17/22680372/elizabeth-holmes-wire-fraud-emails-gangakhedkar
• https://www.darkdaily.com/2021/11/01/prosecutors-in-elizabeth-holmes-federal-fraud-trial-question-witnesses-about-theranos-edison-technology-and-the-inaccurate-medical-laboratory-test-results-it-produced/
• https://www.theverge.com/2021/11/2/22760601/theranos-pfizer-schering-plough-logo-memo
• https://www.cnbc.com/2021/11/02/attorney-of-henry-kissinger-put-6-million-in-theranos-due-to-holmes.html
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• https://www.businessinsider.in/tech/news/theranos-founder-elizabeth-holmes-admits-to-adding-pfizer-logo-to-company-reports-and-hiding-the-use-of-third-party-devices-trial-week-12-recap/articleshow/87898620.cms

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The 10 tactics of fascism | Jason Stanley | Big Think

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Fascism is a cult of the leader, who promises national restoration in the face of supposed humiliation by immigrants, leftists, liberals, minorities, homosexuals, women, in the face of what the fascist leader says is a takeover of the country’s media, cultural institutions, schools by these forces.

Fascist movements typically, though not invariably, rest on an urban/rural divide. The cities are where there’s decadence, where the elites congregate, where there’s immigrants, and where there’s criminality.

Each of these individuals alone is not in and of itself fascist, but you have to worry when they’re all grouped together, seeing the other as less than. Those moments are the times when societies need to worry about fascism.

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How to remember pi #Shorts

Sir James Hopwood Jeans developed this simple way to remember pi nearly one hundred years ago. #shorts

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Music in Architecture: Designing Harmonious Spaces | Mrunmayee Atre | TEDxUnionTownshipWomen

We can communicate feelings through music, while architecture is an expression of feelings in the form of structures. Music creates moods and adds an intangible dimension to the space. Mrunmayee Atre presents an idea to combine two concepts – 1. Music that can be seen in architecture, and 2. Music that can be emotionally experienced in spaces, to design a space that has musical attributes to its structure as well as the feel of music in the space. Mrunmayee Atre is a passionate Architect, professional Urban Planner, and an enthusiastic Vocalist. Apart from practicing architecture and planning, she has also received a training in Indian classical music and enjoys spending her leisure time in practicing music. Mrunmayee’s special interest is in integrating architectural and planning knowledge with music to create sustainable, people centric, and harmonious communities. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx