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Josh Luber: The secret sneaker market — and why it matters

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Josh Luber is a "sneakerhead," a collector of rare or limited sneakers. With their insatiable appetite for exclusive sneakers, these tastemakers drive marketing and create hype for the brands they love, specifically Nike, which absolutely dominates the multi-billion dollar secondary market for sneakers.

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Emotional analytics: Revealing the "je ne sais quoi"

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Analytics expert Erick Brethenoux discusses the power of big data analytics to provide new insight into human emotion and behavior, and the ethical implications of using that power.

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The future of food: Cognitive cooking

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Software engineer and cognitive cooking pioneer Florian Pinel explains how artificial intelligence like IBM Watson can reduce food waste and combat hunger by changing what we eat, how we eat, and how we think about food.

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Solving the energy crisis one sunflower at a time

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Energy researcher Dr. Gianluca Ambrosetti shares his vision for a near-future world in which clean energy is as plentiful and accessible as sunshine.

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Enhanced care — a million data points at a time

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Big data expert Inhi Cho Suh explains how analytics algorithms can help healthcare providers cut through data noise and focus on the important details that facilitate faster, better care.

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Be an opportunity maker

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Columnist Kare Anderson talks about what it means to be an opportunity maker, and how connecting with others to help them pursue their dreams helped her overcome shyness and follow her own.

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A Question of tone

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Client engagement expert Dr. Kareem Yusuf explains why we must consider and carefully employ tone to make our digital communications clear, understandable and decidedly human.

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A young inventor's vision of the future

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Prolific inventor Lisa Seacat DeLuca shares a preview of how practical invention is changing the world one idea at a time—small ideas that add up to transformational change.

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Privacy by design: Humanizing analytics

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Analytics strategist Marie Wallace discusses the ethics of big data and changing conceptions of privacy within the context of a data-driven society.

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The next revolution in humanitarian aid

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Healthcare innovator Monica Blaumueller explains how big data and clever algorithms are revolutionizing the way detect, contain and combat outbreaks of disease.

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Reimagining how the human brain is observed

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Bioinfomatics entrepreneur Tan Le explains why it’s critical to monitor brain function not just when investigating irregularities, but to observe how the brain works in uncontrived, everyday situations.

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What do we do with all this big data?

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The words “big data” conjure images of super-powered computers and humming data centers, but in this heartfelt talk Susan Etlinger reminds us that the real superpowers in analytics are human judgment and critical thinking.

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Why sharing is reimagining our future

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Social business strategist Bryan Kramer performs an experiment to show us how the act of social sharing can inspire and connect “human to human.”

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Our world, reimagined

What do an Oscar-winning filmmaker, an inventor and a technology analyst have in common? On September 23, 2014, they took the stage at TED@IBM—along with 14 other creators and visionaries—to share stories about how the trends and technology of today will evolve to shape the world of tomorrow. Now, we are sharing their stories. Watch the talks to see how these pioneers are working to reimagine our world.


Here are all the TED@IBM 2015 videos

Chieko Asakawa

How new technology helps blind people explore the world

Josh Luber

The secret sneaker market — and why it matters

Jerry Chow

The future of supercomputers? A quantum chip colder than outer space

Maria Dubovitskaya

A personal data filter that releases only what’s needed

Nir Eyal

What makes some technology so habit-forming?

Kala Fleming

Easing water scarcity by understanding when and where it flows

Jeannette Garcia

A super-strong plastic that reverts to dust

Aaron Horowitz

Can a teddybear change how children relate to their own disease?

Lisa-Marie Johnston

Performance

Jared Kleinert

Why young people today hold more power than ever before

Eric Mibuari

Can credit scores for the creditless be determined by cellphone data?

Vinith Misra

Machines need an algorithm for humor. This is what it looks like.

Shoel Perelman

How a company can nurture its internal rebels

Robert Prill

The microbes in our food can save lives - if we listen

Lloyd Treinish

This weather forecasting model is actually accurate

Combating organized cybercrime

P-TECH: How high schoolers are redefining their future

A taste of TED@IBM


Charlene Li

Giving Up control: Leadership in the digital era

Erick Brethenoux

Emotional analytics: Revealing the "je ne sais quoi"

Florian Pinel

The future of food: Cognitive cooking

Gianluca Ambrosetti

Solving the energy crisis one sunflower at a time

Inhi Cho Suh

Enhanced care—a million data points at a time

Kare Anderson

Be an opportunity maker

Kareem Yusuf

A question of tone

Lisa Seacat DeLuca

A young inventor's vision of the future

Marie Wallace

Privacy by design: Humanizing analytics

Monika Blaumueller

The next revolution in humanitarian aid

Tan Le

Reimagining how the human brain is observed

Susan Etlinger

What do we do with all this big data?

Bryan Kramer

Why sharing is reimagining our future