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  • 14 minutes 41 seconds
    Is cultivated meat the future of food? | Uma Valeti

    The way we raise animals is destructive to humans, animals and the environment, says cardiologist and entrepreneur Uma Valeti. He presents a solution that doesn't require you to give up your favorite protein-packed meals: cultivated meat, grown directly from animal cells. Reportedly some of the "most chicken-y chicken" you'll taste, Valeti envisions how such cultivated meat could save billions of animal lives, improve human health and help protect our planet.

    20 June 2024, 6:00 pm
  • 55 minutes 49 seconds
    A master chef's take on food, culture and community | Marcus Samuelsson

    The secret magic of good food is that it brings people and cultures closer together. Chef Marcus Samuelsson taps into that magic at his acclaimed restaurants and through his cross-cultural approach to cooking. In conversation with art curator Thelma Golden, he expands on the rich fusion of modern Black cuisine and how each bite is a celebration of the diverse, creative and joyful power of food. (Visit ted.com/membership to support TED today and join more exclusive events like this one.)

    19 June 2024, 6:00 pm
  • 12 minutes 57 seconds
    To love is to be brave | Kelly Corrigan

    Family life often requires extraordinary bravery, from navigating the daily challenges to surviving the unexpected crises. Author and podcaster Kelly Corrigan offers profound wisdom (and seven key words) to help you focus in on what matters most.

    18 June 2024, 4:16 pm
  • 17 minutes 26 seconds
    How to spot authoritarianism — and choose democracy | Ian Bassin

    Democracy is about having choices — and authoritarianism is about not having them, says lawyer and writer Ian Bassin. Detailing the seven steps of the authoritarian playbook, he invites us all to put aside our differences and rethink our role in the fight for freedom, revealing the hope and power behind every choice we make.

    17 June 2024, 4:29 pm
  • 32 minutes 49 seconds
    Sunday Pick: Fixable Live - A conversation with Scott Galloway

    Each Sunday, TED shares an episode of another podcast we think you'll love, handpicked for you… by us. Today we're sharing a special episode of Fixable, hosted by top leadership coaches Anne Morriss and Frances Frei.

    Recorded live at TED 2024, Anne and Frances sat down with NYU professor, entrepreneur, best-selling author, and celebrity podcaster Scott “Prof G” Galloway for a fascinating conversation on loneliness, resilience, inclusion in the workplace, raising healthy boys, and what it takes to be personally and financially successful. Stick around to the end to hear how Scott learned to cry and moving answers from an unexpectedly emotional audience Q+A. 

    To hear more from Scott, check out his TED Talk recorded the same day at https://go.ted.com/scottgalloway24.

    Transcripts for Fixable are available at https://go.ted.com/fixablescripts.

    Get more Fixable wherever you get your podcasts. If you want to BE on Fixable to get advice on your workplace problem, email [email protected] or call the Fixable hotline at 234-Fixable (that's 234-349-2253).

    16 June 2024, 6:05 am
  • 21 minutes 23 seconds
    A second chance for fathers to connect with their kids | Charles C. Daniels, Jr.

    Fathers have a profound impact on their children's lives, yet an estimated ten million kids in the US see their dads less than once a month. Through his advocacy and mental health center, therapist Charles C. Daniels, Jr. empowers fathers to be more present by providing mentorship and community, so they learn to forgive their own shortcomings and, most importantly, learn how to reconnect with their kids.

    15 June 2024, 6:05 am
  • 13 minutes 1 second
    Why you should talk about your anxiety at work | Adam Whybrew

    We can’t get rid of anxiety and depression, so we might as well talk about it, says depression truth-teller Adam Whybrew. Sharing his own experience with mental illness, he reveals the surprising benefits of opening up about stress at work — and why being vulnerable creates a safe space for everyone.

    14 June 2024, 3:52 pm
  • 14 minutes 31 seconds
    Why AI needs a "nutrition label" | Kasia Chmielinski

    What do sandwiches have to do with AI? Data reformist Kasia Chmielinski helps us think about artificial intelligence with a useful food metaphor — and breaks down why AI systems should have "nutrition labels" to ensure the development of fairer, more transparent algorithms.

    13 June 2024, 3:31 pm
  • 10 minutes 21 seconds
    Entertainment is getting an AI upgrade | Kylan Gibbs

    AI has the power to bring your favorite fictional characters to life, says technologist Kylan Gibbs. Introducing Caleb, an "AI agent" with personality and internal reasoning, he demonstrates how AI-powered characters can interact with people in novel ways, generate unique video game outcomes and augment our ability to tell stories, opening up new worlds of possibility.

    12 June 2024, 4:51 pm
  • 18 minutes 53 seconds
    Even healthy couples fight — the difference is how | Julie and John Gottman

    Can conflict actually bring you and your partner closer? It depends on how you fight, say Julie and John Gottman, the world’s leading relationship scientists. They share why the way couples fight can predict the future of their relationships — and show how anybody can transform conflict into an opportunity for deeper connection and understanding.

    11 June 2024, 4:09 pm
  • 15 minutes 1 second
    What DEI gets wrong — and how to do it right | Paolo Gaudiano

    Social entrepreneur Paolo Gaudiano explains why many companies are taking the wrong approach to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives — by overly focusing on one thing. To avoid backlash and costly turnover, he shows the key change leaders can make to create thriving, equitable workplaces while also increasing profits.

    10 June 2024, 4:58 pm
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