While I’m behind on the main session posts as I type this (three sessions behind now…), this is worth highlighting.
One of the unique things (and there are many) about TED@PalmSprings is the opportunity for audience members to get on stage and share their ideas worth spreading.
This morning, a bunch of us did just that. And it was AWESOME!
Welcome to TED DIY!
- why is a Guitar Hero instrument not a legitimate music tool?
- imagine if
- edu revolution!
- innovate learning methods!
- UC prof
- history of deep research into creativity (and other areas)
- also research into psychopathic killers why?
- gene expression as consequence of exposure to extreme violence
- cultures exposed to violence have potential for increased gene expression
- treat donations themselves as a form of currency
- work, innovate, create
- representative cause credits
- open platform
- just 1%?
- what couldn’t we do?
- difficult to teach genetics, even to doctors
- have created a how to kit/visualisation for genome comparison
- evolution about mobility
- access to location
- change in thinking
- what thinking do we need to do?
- mobility solutions in underprivileged communities
- Dean of Engineering SMU
- 1 lifetime to increase computing power 1Mx
- power of innovation + power of imagination makes everything possible
- from “one-off” to one billion
- Global Home
- Martin Jetpack
- ex-Navy diver
- 27y in tech now
- rowing across Atlantic 2nd Atlantic Trade Winds Expedition
- 14 man crew
- Canary Is to Barbados
- mind over body body needs to be ready
- gruelling selection process and training
- lost rudder 11 days in
Seth and Jose
- creating stock market to fund 10 large scale public artworks
- auction after 1yr
- proceeds split between artists and funders
- invest social capital into social art
- clever idea!
- (buffalo)^n=English sentence
- just let the buffalo roam
- Soaring Words
- 250K kids and families helped
- what skills do we need for success?
- get kids into the kitchen to learn
- magic as analogy for cooking
- diabetes and obesity big issues
- as kids think they make intelligent critical choices about food
- poem about power of TED