TED@IBM was a first-of-its-kind, one-day event that will serve as a premier knowledge-sharing platform, built for the business community in the new global economy. Our teams will use the power of TED’s mission and model combined with the depth and breadth of IBM’s expertise and that of our clients, partners, and friends to explore bold ideas, unexpected insights, and unique personal stories.
Now we are sharing these stories with the world.
Preview the future with talks from TED@IBM
On September 23, 2014, 14 creators and visionaries took the stage for TED@IBM, sharing stories about how the trends and technology of today will evolve to shape the world of tomorrow. Watch the talks to see how these pioneers reimagine our world.
Reimagining Our World
What will our world look like? In 10 years? In 50? We see a world full of promise—for greater community, prosperity, and innovative solutions to problems big and small. Today our planet already generates unprecedented amounts of data. How can we use this in new ways while protecting our ideas of privacy? What will we create from and with global networks of consumers, workers, citizens, students, and patients? How will we engage with an emerging global culture, defined not by age or by geography, but by people determined to change the practices of business and society? And as the world changes, so too does the very nature of our work and our definitions of success.
This conference will celebrate the thinkers who are changing our world one powerful idea at a time.
Solving the Energy Crisis One Sunflower at a Time
The Web of Humanity: Becoming an Opportunity Maker
Dreaming Loves Company: Tomorrow's Cinema
The Next Revolution in Humanitarian Aid
Emotional Analytics: Revealing the "Je ne Sais Quoi"
Lisa Seacat DeLuca
An Inventor's Vision of the Future
Critical Thinking: The Killer App for Big Data
Why Sharing Is Reimagining Our Future
Reimagining How the Human Brain Is Observed
Giving up Control: Leadership in the Digital Era
The Future of Food: Cognitive Cooking
Inhi Cho Suh
Enhanced Care — a Million Data Points at a Time
Privacy by Design: Humanizing Analytics
A Question of Tone