List of TED speakers

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This a list of people who have spoken or otherwise presented at official TED conferences such as TED, TED@, TEDActive, TEDCity, TED-Ed, TEDGlobal, TEDIndia, TEDSalon, TEDWoman, TEDYouth, TED Fellows Retreat, and TED Talks Education. It also includes speakers at the independent TEDMED and TEDx conferences. Links to a video of each talk are included where available. The TED.com website also hosts videos from conferences not affiliated with TED, but those talks and speakers are not included on this list.[1][2][3][4]

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Speaker Talk(s)
Sandra Aamodt (bio) Why dieting doesn't usually work (TEDGlobal 2013)
Chris Abani (bio) Telling stories from Africa (TEDGlobal 2007)
On humanity (TED2008)
Hawa Abdi (bio) Mother and daughter doctor-heroes (TEDWomen 2010)
Marc Abrahams (bio) A science award that makes you laugh, then think (TEDMED 2014)
J.J. Abrams (bio) The mystery box (TED2007)
José Antonio Abreu (bio) The El Sistema music revolution (TED2009) TED Prize
Jamil Abu-Wardeh (bio) The Axis of Evil Middle East Comedy Tour (TEDGlobal 2010)
Leyla Acaroglu (bio) Paper beats plastic? How to rethink environmental folklore (TED2013)
Shawn Achor (bio) The happy secret to better work (TEDxBloomington 2011)
Alessandro Acquisti (bio) What will a future without secrets look like? (TEDGlobal 2013)
Christoph Adami (bio) Finding life we can't imagine (TEDxUIUC 2011)
Allan Adams (bio) The discovery that could rewrite physics (TED2014)
Steven Addis (bio) A father-daughter bond, one photo at a time (TED2012)
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (bio) The danger of a single story (TEDGlobal 2009)
Newton Aduaka (bio) The story of Ezra (TEDGlobal 2007)
Anand Agarawala (bio) Rethink the desktop with BumpTop (TED2007)
Anant Agarwal (bio) Why massive open online courses (still) matter (TED2013)
Shai Agassi (bio) A new ecosystem for electric cars (TED2009)
Ravin Agrawal (bio) 10 young Indian artists to watch (TEDIndia 2009)
Blaise Agüera y Arcas (bio) How PhotoSynth can connect the world's images (TED2007)
Augmented-reality maps (TED2010)
David Agus (bio) A new strategy in the war on cancer (TEDMED 2009)
Omar Ahmad (bio) Political change with pen and paper (TED2010)
Mustafa Akyol (bio) Faith versus tradition in Islam (TEDxWarwick 2011)
Sheikha Al Mayassa (bio) Globalizing the local, localizing the global (TEDWomen 2010)
Fahad Al-Attiya (bio) A country with no water (TEDxSummit 2012)
Naif Al-Mutawa (bio) Superheroes inspired by Islam (TEDGlobal 2010)
Nadia Al-Sakkaf (bio) See Yemen through my eyes (TEDGlobal 2011)
Manal al-Sharif (bio) A Saudi woman who dared to drive (TEDGlobal 2013)
Madeleine Albright (bio) On being a woman and a diplomat (TEDWomen 2010)
Pete Alcorn (bio) The world in 2200 (TED2009)
Zeresenay Alemseged (bio) The search for humanity's roots (TEDGlobal 2007)
Mohamed Ali (bio) The link between unemployment and terrorism (TEDCity2.0 2013)
Isabel Allende (bio) Tales of passion (TED2007)
How to live passionately—no matter your age (TED2014)
Kevin Allocca (bio) Why videos go viral (TEDYouth 2011)
Boaz Almog (bio) The levitating superconductor (TEDGlobal 2012)
Uri Alon (bio) Why truly innovative science demands a leap into the unknown (TEDGlobal 2013)
Anas Aremeyaw Anas (bio) How I named, shamed and jailed (TED2013)
Lemon Andersen (bio) Please don't take my Air Jordans (TEDYouth 2011)
Charles Anderson (bio) Dragonflies that fly across oceans (TEDIndia 2009)
Chris Anderson (bio) TED's nonprofit transition (TED2002)
How web video powers global innovation (TEDGlobal 2010)
Questions no one knows the answers to (TED-Ed 2012)
Chris Anderson (bio) Technology's long tail (TED2004)
David Anderson (bio) Your brain is more than a bag of chemicals (TEDxCaltech 2013)
Kare Anderson (bio) Be an opportunity maker (TED@IBM 2014)
Kelli Anderson (bio) Design to challenge reality (TEDxPhoenix 2011)
Ray Anderson (bio) The business logic of sustainability (TED2009)
Jack Andraka (bio) A promising test for pancreatic cancer ... from a teenager (TED2013)
Simon Anholt (bio) Which country does the most good for the world? (TEDSalon Berlin 2014)
Marco Annunziata (bio) Welcome to the age of the industrial internet (TED@BCG San Francisco 2013)
Michael Anti (bio) Behind the Great Firewall of China (TEDGlobal 2012)
Paola Antonelli (bio) Treat design as art (TED2007)
Why I brought Pac-Man to MoMA (TEDSalon NY2013)
Kwame Anthony Appiah (bio) Is religion good or bad? (This is a trick question) (TEDSalon NY2014)
Mark Applebaum (bio) The mad scientist of music (TEDxStanford 2012)
Alejandro Aravena (bio) My architectural philosophy? Bring the community into the process (TEDGlobal 2014)
Michael Archer (bio) How we'll resurrect the gastric brooding frog, the Tasmanian tiger (TEDxDeExtinction 2013)
Dan Ariely (bio) Our buggy moral code (TED2009)
Beware conflicts of interest (TED2011)
What makes us feel good about our work? (TEDxRiodelaPlata 2012)
Karen Armstrong (bio) My wish: The Charter for Compassion (TED2008) TED Prize
Let's revive the Golden Rule (TEDGlobal 2009)
Rachel Armstrong (bio) Architecture that repairs itself? (TEDGlobal 2009)
Pearl Arredondo (bio) My story, from gangland daughter to star teacher (TED Talks Education 2013)
Jessi Arrington (bio) Wearing nothing new (TEDActive 2011)
Vicki Arroyo (bio) Let's prepare for our new climate (TEDGlobal 2012)
Yann Arthus-Bertrand (bio) A wide-angle view of fragile Earth (TED2009)
Kristen Ashburn (bio) The face of AIDS in Africa (TED2003)
Paddy Ashdown (bio) The global power shift (TEDxBrussels 2011)
Greg Asner (bio) Ecology from the air (TEDGlobal 2013)
Julian Assange (bio) Why the world needs WikiLeaks (TEDGlobal 2010)
Anthony Atala (bio) Growing new organs (TEDMED 2009)
Printing a human kidney (TED2011)
Peter Attia (bio) Is the obesity crisis hiding a bigger problem? (TEDMED 2013)
Sue Austin (bio) Deep sea diving ... in a wheelchair (TEDxWomen 2012)
Patrick Awuah (bio) How to educate leaders? Liberal arts (TEDGlobal 2007)
George Ayittey (bio) Africa's cheetahs versus hippos (TEDGlobal 2007)
Bruce Aylward (bio) How we'll stop polio for good (TED2011)

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Speaker Talk(s)
Iwan Baan (bio) Ingenious homes in unexpected places (TEDCity2.0 2013)
Julia Bacha (bio) Pay attention to nonviolence (TEDGlobal 2011)
Birke Baehr (bio) What's wrong with our food system (TEDxNextGenerationAsheville 2010)
Julian Baggini (bio) Is there a real you? (TEDxYouth@Manchester 2011)
C. Noel Bairey Merz (bio) The single biggest health threat women face (TEDxWomen 2011)
Uldus Bakhtiozina (bio) Wry photos that turn stereotypes upside down (TED2014)
Frederick Balagadde (bio) Bio-lab on a microchip (TED2010)
Alwar Balasubramaniam (bio) Art of substance and absence (TEDIndia 2009)
Emily Balcetis (bio) Why some people find exercise harder than others (TEDxNewYork 2014)
Kevin Bales (bio) How to combat modern slavery (TED2010)
Robert Ballard (bio) The astonishing hidden world of the deep ocean (TED2008)
James Balog (bio) Time-lapse proof of extreme ice loss (TEDGlobal 2009)
Shigeru Ban (bio) Emergency shelters made from paper (TEDxTokyo 2013)
Chris Bangle (bio) Great cars are great art (TED2002)
Marian Bantjes (bio) Intricate beauty by design (TED2010)
Massimo Banzi (bio) How Arduino is open-sourcing imagination (TEDGlobal 2012)
Richard Baraniuk (bio) The birth of the open-source learning revolution (TED2006)
Dan Barasch (bio) A park underneath the hustle and bustle of New York City (TED@NYC 2014)
Benjamin Barber (bio) Why mayors should rule the world (TEDGlobal 2013)
Dan Barber (bio) How I fell in love with a fish (TED2010)
Gabriel Barcia-Colombo (bio) Capturing memories in video art (TED2012)
My DNA vending machine (TED Fellows Retreat 2013)
Heather Barnett (bio) What humans can learn from semi-intelligent slime (TEDSalon Berlin 2014)
Mac Barnett (bio) Why a good book is a secret door (TEDxSonomaCounty 2014)
Thomas Barnett (bio) Let's rethink America's military strategy (TED2005)
Keith Barry (bio) Brain magic (TED2004)
Brain Washed (2005)[citation needed]
Timothy Bartik (bio) The economic case for preschool (TEDxMiamiUniversity 2012)
Jake Barton (bio) The museum of you (TEDSalon NY2013)
Shabana Basij-Rasikh (bio) Dare to educate Afghan girls (TEDxWomen 2012)
Karen Bass (bio) Unseen footage, untamed nature (TED2012)
Bonnie Bassler (bio) How bacteria "talk" (TED2009)
Andrew Bastawrous (bio) Get your next eye exam on a smartphone (TED2014)
Daphne Bavelier (bio) Your brain on video games (TEDxCHUV 2012)
Eben Bayer (bio) Are mushrooms the new plastic? (TEDGlobal 2010)
Ayah Bdeir (bio) Building blocks that blink, beep and teach (TED2012)
Beardyman (bio) The polyphonic me (TED2013)
Ash Beckham (bio) We're all hiding something. Let's find the courage to open up (TEDxBoulder 2013)
Kiran Bedi (bio) A police chief with a difference (TEDWomen 2010)
Eli Beer (bio) The fastest ambulance? A motorcycle (TEDMED 2013)
Nikolai Begg (bio) A tool to fix one of the most dangerous moments in surgery (TEDxBeaconStreet 2013)
Yves Behar (bio) Designing objects that tell stories (TED2008)
A supercharged motorcycle design (TED2009)
Isabel Behncke Izquierdo (bio) Evolution's gift of play, from bonobo apes to humans (TED2011)
Maya Beiser (bio) A cello with many voices (TED2011)
Angela Belcher (bio) Using nature to grow batteries (TEDxCaltech 2011)
Joe Belfiore (as "Joole Ferbie") The Game (TED2004)[5]
Keith Bellows (bio) The camel's hump (TED2002)
Shlomo Benartzi (bio) Saving for tomorrow, tomorrow (TEDSalon NY2011)
Eythor Bender (bio) Human exoskeletons — for war and healing (TED2011)
Arthur Benjamin (bio) A performance of "Mathemagic" (TED2005)
Teach statistics before calculus! (TED2009)
The magic of Fibonacci numbers (TEDGlobal 2013)
Yochai Benkler (bio) The new open-source economics (TEDGlobal 2005)
Amanda Bennett (bio) We need a heroic narrative for death (TEDMED 2013)
Paul Bennett (bio) Design is in the details (TEDGlobal 2005)
Karima Bennoune (bio) When people of Muslim heritage challenge fundamentalism (TEDxExeter 2014)
Diane Benscoter (bio) How cults rewire the brain (TED2009)
Janine Benyus (bio) Biomimicry's surprising lessons from nature's engineers (TED2005)
Biomimicry in action (TEDGlobal 2009)
Jon Bergmann (bio) Just how small is an atom? (TED-Ed 2012)
Dan Berkenstock (bio) The world is one big dataset. Now, how to photograph it ... (TED@BCG San Francisco 2013)
Seth Berkley (bio) HIV and flu — the vaccine strategy (TED2010)
Eric Berlow (bio) Simplifying complexity (TEDGlobal 2010)
Mapping ideas worth spreading (TED2013)
Tim Berners-Lee (bio) The next web (TED2009)
The year open data went worldwide (TED2010)
A Magna Carta for the web (TED2014)
Simon Berrow (bio) How do you save a shark you know nothing about? (TEDxDublin 2010)
Drew Berry (bio) Animations of unseeable biology (TEDxSydney 2011)
Mitchell Besser (bio) Mothers helping mothers fight HIV (TEDGlobal 2010)
Maria Bezaitis (bio) The surprising need for strangeness (TED@Intel 2013)
Jeff Bezos (bio) The electricity metaphor for the web's future (TED2003)
Mark Bezos (bio) A life lesson from a volunteer firefighter (TED2011)
Harsha Bhogle (bio) The rise of cricket, the rise of India (TEDIndia 2009)
Mike Biddle (bio) We can recycle plastic (TEDGlobal 2011)
David Binder (bio) The arts festival revolution (TEDGlobal 2012)
David Birch (bio) A new way to stop identity theft (TEDxSussexUniversity 2012)
Andrew Bird (bio) A one-man orchestra of the imagination (TED2010)
Tim Birkhead (bio) The early birdwatchers (TED2010)
David Bismark (bio) E-voting without fraud (TEDGlobal 2010)
Mina Bissell (bio) Experiments that point to a new understanding of cancer (TEDGlobal 2012)
BLACK (bio) My journey to yo-yo mastery (TED2013)
Black Label Movement (bio) Dance vs. powerpoint, a modest proposal (TEDxBrussels 2011)
William Black (bio) How to rob a bank (from the inside, that is) (TEDxUMKC 2013)
Susan Blackmore (bio) Memes and "temes" (TED2008)
David Blaine (bio) How I held my breath for 17 minutes (TEDMED 2009)
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore (bio) The mysterious workings of the adolescent brain (TEDGlobal 2012)
Johanna Blakley (bio) Lessons from fashion's free culture (TEDxUSC 2010)
Social media and the end of gender (TEDWomen 2010)
Becky Blanton (bio) The year I was homeless (TEDGlobal 2009)
Chris Bliss (bio) Comedy is translation (TEDxRainier 2011)
Paul Bloom (bio) The origins of pleasure (TEDGlobal 2011)
Can prejudice ever be a good thing? (TEDSalon NY2014)
Andrew Blum (bio) Discover the physical side of the internet (TEDGlobal 2012)
Kwabena Boahen (bio) A computer that works like the brain (TEDGlobal 2007)
John Bohannon (bio) Dance vs. powerpoint, a modest proposal (TEDxBrussels 2011)
Liu Bolin (bio) The invisible man (TED2013)
David Bolinsky (bio) Visualizing the wonder of a living cell (TED2007)
Bilal Bomani (bio) Plant fuels that could power a jet (TEDxNASA@SiliconValley 2011)
Carin Bondar (bio) The birds and the bees are just the beginning (TEDGlobal 2013)
Bono (bio) My wish: Three actions for Africa (TED2005) TED Prize
The good news on poverty (Yes, there's good news) (TED2013)
Phil Borges (bio) Photos of endangered cultures (TED2006)
Michelle Borkin (bio) Can astronomers help doctors? (TEDxBoston 2011)
Shree Bose (bio) Award-winning teenage science in action (TEDxWomen 2011)
Shukla Bose (bio) Teaching one child at a time (TEDIndia 2009)
Penelope Boston (bio) There might just be life on Mars (TED2006)
Nick Bostrom (bio) A philosophical quest for our biggest problems (TEDGlobal 2005)
Rachel Botsman (bio) The case for collaborative consumption (TEDxSydney 2010)
The currency of the new economy is trust (TEDGlobal 2012)
Bruno Bowden (bio) Blindfold origami and cello (TED2008)
José Bowen (bio) Beethoven the businessman (TEDxSMU 2011)
Ed Boyden (bio) A light switch for neurons (TED2011)
Catherine Bracy (bio) Why good hackers make good citizens (TEDCity2.0 2013)
Jay Bradner (bio) Open-source cancer research (TEDxBoston 2011)
Laurel Braitman (bio) Depressed dogs, cats with OCD — what animal madness means for us humans (TEDSalon NY2014)
Stewart Brand (bio) The Long Now (TED2004)
What squatter cities can teach us (TED2006)
4 environmental 'heresies' (TED@State 2009)
Debate: Does the world need nuclear energy? (TED2010)
The dawn of de-extinction. Are you ready? (TED2013)
Richard Branson (bio) Life at 30,000 feet (TED2007)
Cynthia Breazeal (bio) The rise of personal robots (TEDWomen 2010)
Kevin Breel (bio) Confessions of a depressed comic (TEDxKids@Ambleside 2013)
Rory Bremner (bio) A one-man world summit (TEDGlobal 2009)
Hannah Brencher (bio) Love letters to strangers (TED@New York 2012)
Kevin Briggs (bio) The bridge between suicide and life (TED2014)
Larry Brilliant (bio) My wish: Help me stop pandemics (TED2006) TED Prize
Sergey Brin (bio) The genesis of Google (TED2004)
Why Google Glass? (TED2013)
British Paraorchestra (bio) The debut of the British Paraorchestra (TEDxBrussels 2011)
Stefana Broadbent (bio) How the Internet enables intimacy (TEDGlobal 2009)
Heather Brooke (bio) My battle to expose government corruption (TEDGlobal 2012)
David Brooks (bio) The social animal (TED2011)
Should you live for your résumé ... or your eulogy? (TED2014)
Rodney Brooks (bio) Robots will invade our lives (TED2003)
Why we will rely on robots (TED2013)
Brené Brown (bio) The power of vulnerability (TEDxHouston 2010)
The Price of Invulnerability (TEDxKC 2010)[6]
Listening to shame (TED2012)
Gordon Brown (bio) Wiring a web for global good (TEDGlobal 2009)
Global ethic vs. national interest (TEDGlobal 2009)
Sunni Brown (bio) Doodlers, unite! (TED2011)
Tim Brown (bio) Designers — think big! (TEDGlobal 2009)
Jackson Browne (bio) A song inspired by the ocean (TEDxGreatPacificGarbagePatch 2010)
Erik Brynjolfsson (bio) The key to growth? Race with the machines (TED2013)
Lisa Bu (bio) How books can open your mind (TED2013)
Leah Buechley (bio) How to "sketch" with electronics (TEDYouth 2011)
Bruce Bueno de Mesquita (bio) A prediction for the future of Iran (TED2009)
Dan Buettner (bio) How to live to be 100+ (TEDxTC 2009)
Monika Bulaj (bio) The hidden light of Afghanistan (TEDGlobal 2011)
Patricia Burchat (bio) Shedding light on dark matter (TED2008)
James Burchfield (bio) Playing invisible turntables (TED2003)
Amanda Burden (bio) How public spaces make cities work (TED2014)
Neil Burgess (bio) How your brain tells you where you are (TEDSalon London Spring 2011)
Larry Burns (bio) The future of cars (TED2005)
Julie Burstein (bio) 4 lessons in creativity (TED2012)
Stephen Burt (bio) Why people need poetry (TEDGlobal 2013)
Edward Burtynsky (bio) My wish: Manufactured landscapes and green education (TED2005) TED Prize
Photographing the landscape of oil (TEDGlobal 2009)
David Byrne (bio) How architecture helped music evolve (TED2010)
"(Nothing But) Flowers" with string quartet (TED2010)
Marcus Byrne (bio) The dance of the dung beetle (TEDxWitsUniversity 2012)

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Speaker Talk(s)
Kitra Cahana (bio) A glimpse of life on the road (TED2014)
Susan Cain (bio) The power of introverts (TED2012)
Alberto Cairo (bio) There are no scraps of men (TEDxRC2 2011)
Colin Camerer (bio) Neuroscience, game theory, monkeys (TEDxCaltech 2013)
Ben Cameron (bio) The true power of the performing arts (TEDxYYC 2010)
Clayton Cameron (bio) A-rhythm-etic. The math behind the beats (TEDYouth 2013)
David Cameron (bio) The next age of government (TED2010)
James Cameron (bio) Before Avatar ... a curious boy (TED2010)
Thomas P. Campbell (bio) Weaving narratives in museum galleries (TED2012)
Geoffrey Canada (bio) Our failing schools. Enough is enough! (TED Talks Education 2013)
Rodrigo Canales (bio) The deadly genius of drug cartels (TEDSalon NY2013)
Homaro Cantu (bio) Cooking as alchemy (TED2011)
Rufus Cappadocia (bio) Blindfold origami and cello (TED2008)
Paolo Cardini (bio) Forget multitasking, try monotasking (TEDGlobal 2012)
Ali Carr-Chellman (bio) Gaming to re-engage boys in learning (TEDxPSU 2010)
Sean Carroll (bio) Distant time and the hint of a multiverse (TEDxCaltech 2011)
David Carson (bio) Design and discovery (TED2003)
Laura Carstensen (bio) Older people are happier (TEDxWomen 2011)
Eddy Cartaya (bio) My glacier cave discoveries (TEDYouth 2013)
Majora Carter (bio) Greening the ghetto (TED2006)
3 stories of local eco-entrepreneurship (TEDxMidwest 2010)
Matthew Carter (bio) My life in typefaces (TED2014)
Jamais Cascio (bio) Tools for a better world (TED2006)
Amber Case (bio) We are all cyborgs now (TEDWomen 2010)
Caroline Casey (bio) Looking past limits (TEDWomen 2010)
Stephen Cave (bio) The 4 stories we tell ourselves about death (TEDxBratislava 2013)
Vint Cerf (bio) The interspecies internet? An idea in progress (TED2013)
Penelope Jagessar Chaffer (bio) The toxic baby (TEDWomen 2010)
David Chalmers (bio) How do you explain consciousness? (TED2014)
Siddharthan Chandran (bio) Can the damaged brain repair itself? (TEDGlobal 2013)
Candy Chang (bio) Before I die I want to... (TEDGlobal 2012)
Leslie T. Chang (bio) The voices of China's workers (TEDGlobal 2012)
Ruth Chang (bio) How to make hard choices (TEDSalon NY2014)
Aziza Chaouni (bio) How I brought a river, and my city, back to life (TED2014)
Patrick Chappatte (bio) The power of cartoons (TEDGlobal 2010)
Robin Chase (bio) The idea behind Zipcar (and what comes next) (TED2007)
Excuse me, may I rent your car? (TEDGlobal 2012)
Tom Chatfield (bio) 7 ways games reward the brain (TEDGlobal 2010)
Geert Chatrou (bio) A whistleblower you haven't heard (TEDxRotterdam 2010)
Jane Chen (bio) A warm embrace that saves lives (TEDIndia 2009)
Keith Chen (bio) Could your language affect your ability to save money? (TEDGlobal 2012)
Tracy Chevalier (bio) Finding the story inside the painting (TEDSalon London Spring 2012)
Matthew Childs (bio) 9 life lessons from rock climbing (TED2009)
Jan Chipchase (bio) The anthropology of mobile phones (TED2007)
Jack Choi (bio) On the virtual dissection table (TED2012)
Nicholas Christakis (bio) The hidden influence of social networks (TED2010)
How social networks predict epidemics (TED@Cannes 2010)
David Christian (bio) The history of our world in 18 minutes (TED2011)
Wendy Chung (bio) Autism — what we know (and what we don’t know yet) (TED2014)
Jok Church (bio) A circle of caring (TED2007)
Ian Cinnamon Enjoying the Game of Life (TEDxYouth@CharlesRiver 2013)[7]
Kirk Citron (bio) And now, the real news (TED2010)
Jason Clay (bio) How big brands can help save biodiversity (TEDGlobal 2010)
Bill Clinton (bio) My wish: Rebuilding Rwanda (TED2007) TED Prize
Dan Cobley (bio) What physics taught me about marketing (TEDGlobal 2010)
Daniel H. Cohen (bio) For argument’s sake (TEDxColbyCollege 2013)
Susan Colantuono (bio) The career advice you probably didn’t get (TEDxBeaconStreet 2013)
Liz Coleman (bio) A call to reinvent liberal arts education (TED2009)
Stephen Coleman (bio) The moral dangers of non-lethal weapons (TEDxCanberra 2011)
Paul Collier (bio) The "bottom billion" (TED2008)
New rules for rebuilding a broken nation (TED@State 2009)
Billy Collins (bio) Everyday moments, caught in time (TED2012)
Two poems about what dogs think (probably) (TED2014)
Francis Collins (bio) We need better drugs — now (TEDMED 2012)
Chip Conley (bio) Measuring what makes life worthwhile (TED2010)
Paul Conneally (bio) Digital humanitarianism (TEDxRC2 2011)
Andrew Connolly (bio) What's the next window into our universe? (TED2014)
Hillel Cooperman (bio) Legos for grownups (TED2010)
Mick Cornett (bio) How an obese town lost a million pounds (TEDMED 2013)
Béatrice Coron (bio) Stories cut from paper (TED2011)
Grégoire Courtine (bio) The paralyzed rat that walked (TEDGlobal 2013)
Fabien Cousteau (bio) What I learned from spending 31 days underwater (TEDGlobal 2014)
Tyler Cowen (bio) Be suspicious of stories (TEDxMidAtlantic 2009)
Steven Cowley (bio) Fusion is energy's future (TEDGlobal 2009)
Brian Cox (bio) CERN's supercollider (TED2008)
What went wrong at the LHC (TED2009)
Why we need the explorers (TEDSalon London 2010)
Lorrie Faith Cranor (bio) What’s wrong with your pa$$w0rd? (TEDxCMU 2014)
Molly Crockett (bio) Beware neuro-bunk (TEDSalon London Fall 2012)
Lee Cronin (bio) Making matter come alive (TEDGlobal 2011)
Print your own medicine (TEDGlobal 2012)
Teddy Cruz (bio) How architectural innovations migrate across borders (TEDGlobal 2013)
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (bio) Flow, the secret to happiness (TED2004)
Amy Cuddy (bio) Your body language shapes who you are (TEDGlobal 2012)
Kenneth Cukier (bio) Big data is better data (TEDSalon Berlin 2014)
Drew Curtis (bio) How I beat a patent troll (TED2012)
Anne Curzan (bio) What makes a word "real"? (TEDxUofM 2014)
Matt Cutts (bio) Try something new for 30 days (TED2011)

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Speaker Talk(s)
Raffaello D'Andrea (bio) The astounding athletic power of quadcopters (TEDGlobal 2013)
Roberto D'Angelo (bio) In our baby's illness, a life lesson (TEDGlobal 2013)
Yann Dall'Aglio (bio) Love — you're doing it wrong (TEDxParis 2012)
Antonio Damasio (bio) The quest to understand consciousness (TED2011)
David Damberger (bio) What happens when an NGO admits failure (TEDxYYC 2011)
Sanjay Dastoor (bio) A skateboard, with a boost (TED2013)
Bill Davenhall (bio) Your health depends on where you live (TEDMED 2009)
Adam Davidson (bio) What we learned from teetering on the fiscal cliff (TEDSalon NY2012)
Joshua Davis Organic (TED2005)[8]
Wade Davis (bio) Dreams from endangered cultures (TED2003)
The worldwide web of belief and ritual (TED2008)
Gorgeous photos of a backyard wilderness worth saving (TED2012)
Abha Dawesar (bio) Life in the "digital now" (TEDGlobal 2013)
Richard Dawkins (bio) Militant atheism (TED2002)
Why the universe seems so strange (TEDGlobal 2005)
Alex Day The Future of Music (TEDxYouth@SanDiego 2013)[9]
Alain de Botton (bio) A kinder, gentler philosophy of success (TEDGlobal 2009)
Atheism 2.0 (TEDGlobal 2011)
Aubrey de Grey (bio) A roadmap to end aging (TEDGlobal 2005)
Francis de los Reyes (bio) Sanitation is a basic human right (TED Fellows Retreat 2013)
Danielle de Niese (bio) A flirtatious aria (TEDGlobal 2011)
Joachim de Posada (bio) Don't eat the marshmallow! (TED2009)
Frans de Waal (bio) Moral behavior in animals (TEDxPeachtree 2011)
Christopher C. Deam (bio) The Airstream, restyled (TED2002)
Anna Deavere Smith (bio) Four American characters (TED2005)
Paul Debevec (bio) Animating a photo-real digital face (TEDxUSC 2009)
Dave deBronkart (bio) Meet e-Patient Dave (TEDxMaastricht 2011)
Christopher deCharms (bio) A look inside the brain in real time (TED2008)
Carmen Agra Deedy (bio) Once upon a time, my mother ... (TED2005)
Eames Demetrios (bio) The design genius of Charles + Ray Eames (TED2007)
Dyan deNapoli (bio) The great penguin rescue (TEDxBoston 2011)
Dan Dennett (bio) Dangerous memes (TED2002)
The illusion of consciousness (TED2003)
Let's teach religion — all religion — in schools (TED2006)
Cute, sexy, sweet, funny (TED2009)
Felix Dennis (bio) Odes to vice and consequences (TED2004)
Joe DeRisi (bio) Solving medical mysteries (TED2006)
Sebastian Deterding (bio) What your designs say about you (TEDxHogeschoolUtrecht 2011)
David Deutsch (bio) Chemical scum that dream of distant quasars (TEDGlobal 2005)
A new way to explain explanation (TEDGlobal 2009)
Tyler DeWitt (bio) Hey science teachers — make it fun (TEDxBeaconStreet 2012)
Janine di Giovanni (bio) What I saw in the war (TEDxWomen 2012)
Peter Diamandis (bio) Our next giant leap (TEDGlobal 2005)
Stephen Hawking's zero g flight (TED2008)
Abundance is our future (TED2012)
Jared Diamond (bio) Why do societies collapse? (TED2003)
How societies can grow old better (TED2013)
Marcel Dicke (bio) Why not eat insects? (TEDGlobal 2010)
Michael Dickinson (bio) How a fly flies (TEDxCaltech 2013)
Anna Mracek Dietrich (bio) A plane you can drive (TEDGlobal 2011)
Niels Diffrient (bio) Rethinking the way we sit down (TED2002)
Liz Diller (bio) A new museum wing ... in a giant bubble (TED2012)
Eric Dishman (bio) Take health care off the mainframe (TEDMED 2009)
Health care should be a team sport (TED@Intel 2013)
Leslie Dodson (bio) Don't misrepresent Africa (TEDxBoulder 2011)
John Doerr (bio) Salvation (and profit) in greentech (TED2007)
Roger Doiron (bio) My subversive (garden) plot (TEDxDirigo 2011)
Thomas Dolby (bio) Cape Breton fiddling in reel time (TED2002)
"What You've Got" (TED2003)
"La Vie en Rose" (TED2004)
"Love Is a Loaded Pistol" (TED2010)
"(Nothing But) Flowers" with string quartet (TED2010)
Eduardo Dolhun Oral Rehydration Therapy: A simple solution (TEDxOverlandPark 2012)[10]
Chris Domas (bio) The 1s and 0s behind cyber warfare (TEDxColumbus 2013)
Krista Donaldson (bio) The $80 prosthetic knee that's changing lives (TEDWomen 2013)
Liza Donnelly (bio) Drawing on humor for change (TEDWomen 2010)
Peter Donnelly (bio) How juries are fooled by statistics (TEDGlobal 2005)
Peter Doolittle (bio) How your "working memory" makes sense of the world (TEDGlobal 2013)
Dale Dougherty (bio) We are makers (TED@MotorCity 2011)
David R. Dow (bio) Lessons from death row inmates (TEDxAustin 2012)
Chris Downey (bio) Design with the blind in mind (TEDCity2.0 2013)
Bill Doyle (bio) Treating cancer with electric fields (TEDMED 2011)
Alice Dreger (bio) Is anatomy destiny? (TEDxNorthwesternU 2010)
Bill Dresselhaus Design is human's basic instinct (TEDxSeoul 2009)[11]
Jonathan Drori (bio) What we think we know (TED2007)
Why we're storing billions of seeds (TED2009)
Every pollen grain has a story (TED2010)
The beautiful tricks of flowers (TEDSalon London Spring 2011)
Jamie Drummond (bio) Let's crowdsource the world's goals (TEDGlobal 2012)
Marcus du Sautoy (bio) Symmetry, reality's riddle (TEDGlobal 2009)
Nancy Duarte (bio) The secret structure of great talks (TEDxEast 2011)
Angela Lee Duckworth (bio) The key to success? Grit (TED Talks Education 2013)
Gustavo Dudamel (bio) El Sistema's top youth orchestra (TED2009)
Drew Dudley (bio) Everyday leadership (TEDxToronto 2010)
Esther Duflo (bio) Social experiments to fight poverty (TED2010)
Regina Dugan (bio) From mach-20 glider to hummingbird drone (TED2012)
Giles Duley (bio) When a reporter becomes the story (TEDxObserver 2012)
Ellen Dunham-Jones (bio) Retrofitting suburbia (TEDxAtlanta 2010)
Ben Dunlap (bio) The life-long learner (TED2007)
Denis Dutton (bio) A Darwinian theory of beauty (TED2010)
Freeman Dyson (bio) Let's look for life in the outer solar system (TED2003)
George Dyson (bio) The story of Project Orion (TED2002)
The birth of the computer (TED2003)

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Speaker Talk(s)
Sophal Ear (bio) Escaping the Khmer Rouge (TED2009)
Sylvia Earle (bio) My wish: Protect our oceans (TED2009) TED Prize
Mick Ebeling (bio) The invention that unlocked a locked-in artist (TEDActive 2011)
Roger Ebert (bio) Remaking my voice (TED2011)
Kenichi Ebina (bio) My magic moves (TED2007)
Zak Ebrahim (bio) I am the son of a terrorist. Here's how I chose peace. (TED2014)
Toby Eccles (bio) Invest in social change (TEDGlobal 2013)
Janet Echelman (bio) Taking imagination seriously (TED2011)
Ronny Edry (bio) Israel and Iran: A love story? (TEDxJaffa 2012)
Dave Eggers (bio) My wish: Once Upon a School (TED2008) TED Prize
Ron Eglash (bio) The fractals at the heart of African designs (TEDGlobal 2007)
Peter Eigen (bio) How to expose the corrupt (TEDxBerlin 2009)
Einstein the Parrot (bio) A talking, squawking parrot (TED2006)
Jonathan Eisen (bio) Meet your microbes (TEDMED 2012)
Shereen El Feki (bio) Pop culture in the Arab world (TEDGlobal 2009)
HIV — how to fight an epidemic of bad laws (TEDxSummit 2012)
A little-told tale of sex and sensuality (TEDGlobal 2013)
May El-Khalil (bio) Making peace is a marathon (TEDGlobal 2013)
Aicha el-Wafi (bio) The mothers who found forgiveness, friendship (TEDWomen 2010)
Hasan Elahi (bio) FBI, here I am! (TEDGlobal 2011)
Keren Elazari (bio) Hackers: the Internet's immune system (TED2014)
Ric Elias (bio) 3 things I learned while my plane crashed (TED2011)
Jonas Eliasson (bio) How to solve traffic jams (TEDxHelvetia 2012)
Olafur Eliasson (bio) Playing with space and light (TED2009)
Dan Ellsey (bio) Inventing instruments that unlock new music (TED2008)
Scilla Elworthy (bio) Fighting with nonviolence (TEDxExeter 2012)
Christopher Emdin (bio) Teach teachers how to create magic (TED@NYC 2013)
Carter Emmart (bio) A 3D atlas of the universe (TED2010)
Lucien Engelen (bio) Crowdsource your health (TEDxMaastricht 2011)
Juan Enriquez (bio) The life code that will reshape the future (TED2003)
Using biology to rethink the energy challenge (TEDSalon 2007 Hot Science)
The next species of human (TED2009)
Will our kids be a different species? (TEDxSummit 2012)
Your online life, permanent as a tattoo (TED2013)
Eve Ensler (bio) Happiness in body and soul (TED2004)
What security means to me (TEDGlobal 2005)
Embrace your inner girl (TEDIndia 2009)
Suddenly, my body (TEDWomen 2010)
David Epstein (bio) Are athletes really getting faster, better, stronger? (TED2014)
Nancy Etcoff (bio) Happiness and its surprises (TED2004)
Ethel (bio) A string quartet plays "Blue Room" (TED2006)
"(Nothing But) Flowers" with string quartet (TED2010)
Susan Etlinger (bio) What do we do with all this big data? (TED@IBM 2014)
Henry Evans (bio) Meet the robots for humanity (TEDxMidAtlantic 2013)
Philip Evans (bio) How data will transform business (TED@BCG San Francisco 2013)
Paul Ewald (bio) Can we domesticate germs? (TED2007)
Corneille Ewango (bio) A hero of the Congo forest (TEDGlobal 2007)

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Speaker Talk(s)
Rick Falkvinge (bio) I am a pirate (TEDxObserver 2012)
Jim Fallon (bio) Exploring the mind of a killer (TED2009)
Péter Fankhauser (bio) Meet Rezero, the dancing ballbot (TEDGlobal 2011)
Brian Farrell Building a facebook of biodiversity for the island of Hispaniola (TED2005)[12]
Francesca Fedeli (bio) In our baby's illness, a life lesson (TEDGlobal 2013)
Bruce Feiler (bio) The council of dads (TEDMED 2010)
Agile programming — for your family (TEDSalon NY2013)
Noah Feldman (bio) Politics and religion are technologies (TED2003)
Kirby Ferguson (bio) Embrace the remix (TEDGlobal 2012)
Niall Ferguson (bio) The 6 killer apps of prosperity (TEDGlobal 2011)
Juliana Machado Ferreira (bio) The fight to end rare-animal trafficking in Brazil (TED2010)
Bran Ferren (bio) To create for the ages, let's combine art and engineering (TED2014)
Marisa Fick-Jordan (bio) The wonder of Zulu wire art (TEDGlobal 2007)
Jared Ficklin (bio) New ways to see music (with color! and fire!) (TED2012)
Harvey Fineberg (bio) Are we ready for neo-evolution? (TED2011)
Ron Finley (bio) A guerilla gardener in South Central LA (TED2013)
Stuart Firestein (bio) The pursuit of ignorance (TED2013)
Robert Fischell (bio) My wish: Three unusual medical inventions (TED2005) TED Prize
Markus Fischer (bio) A robot that flies like a bird (TEDGlobal 2011)
Helen Fisher (bio) Why we love, why we cheat (TED2006)
The brain in love (TED2008)
Sandra Fisher-Martins (bio) The right to understand (TEDxO'Porto 2011)
Andrew Fitzgerald (bio) Adventures in Twitter fiction (TEDSalon NY2013)
Gary Flake (bio) Is Pivot a turning point for web exploration? (TED2010)
Charles Fleischer (bio) All things are Moleeds (TED2005)
Melissa Fleming (bio) Let’s help refugees thrive, not just survive (TEDGlobal 2014)
James Flynn (bio) Why our IQ levels are higher than our grandparents' (TED2013)
Joshua Foer (bio) Feats of memory anyone can do (TED2012)
Jonathan Foley (bio) The other inconvenient truth (TEDxTC 2010)
Jane Fonda (bio) Life's third act (TEDxWomen 2011)
Rob Forbes (bio) Ways of seeing (TED2006)
Bill Ford (bio) A future beyond traffic gridlock (TED2011)
Andras Forgacs (bio) Leather and meat without killing animals (TEDGlobal 2013)
Mark Forsyth (bio) What's a snollygoster? A short lesson in political speak (TEDxHousesOfParliament 2012)
Russell Foster (bio) Why do we sleep? (TEDGlobal 2013)
Cary Fowler (bio) One seed at a time, protecting the future of food (TEDGlobal 2009)
John Francis (bio) Walk the earth ... my 17-year vow of silence (TED2008)
Ze Frank (bio) Nerdcore comedy (TED2004)
My web playroom (TEDGlobal 2010)
Are you human? (TED2014)
Scott Fraser (bio) Why eyewitnesses get it wrong (TEDxUSC 2012)
Nancy Frates (bio) Meet the mom who started the Ice Bucket Challenge (TEDxBoston 2014)
Chrystia Freeland (bio) The rise of the new global super-rich (TEDGlobal 2013)
Erica Frenkel (bio) The universal anesthesia machine (TEDxMidAtlantic 2011)
Louise Fresco (bio) We need to feed the whole world (TED2009)
Jason Fried (bio) Why work doesn't happen at work (TEDxMidwest 2010)
Stephen Friend (bio) True Crowd Sourcing of Medicine: Activating All of Us (TEDxPugetSound 2011)[13]
Break down the information walls (TEDxMaastricht 2012)[14]
The hunt for "unexpected genetic heroes" (TED2014)
Hannah Fry (bio) Is life really that complex? (TEDxUCL 2012)
Robert Full (bio) Robots inspired by cockroach ingenuity (TED2002)
The sticky wonder of gecko feet (TED2005)
Learning from the gecko's tail (TED2009)
The secrets of nature's grossest creatures, channeled into robots (TED2014)
Katherine Fulton (bio) You are the future of philanthropy (TED2007)

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Speaker Talk(s)
Eleni Gabre-Madhin (bio) A commodities exchange for Ethiopia (TEDGlobal 2007)
Peter Gabriel (bio) Fight injustice with raw video (TED2006)
The interspecies internet? An idea in progress (TED2013)
Ziyah Gafić (bio) Everyday objects, tragic histories (TED2014)
Greg Gage (bio) The cockroach beatbox (TED-Ed 2011)
David Gallo (bio) Life in the deep oceans (TED1998)
Underwater astonishments (TED2007)
Deep ocean mysteries and wonders (TED-Ed 2012)
Cindy Gallop (bio) Make love, not porn (TED2009)[15]
Jessa Gamble (bio) Our natural sleep cycle (TEDGlobal 2010)
Lisa Gansky (bio) The future of business is the "mesh" (TED@MotorCity 2011)
Arthur Ganson (bio) Moving sculpture (TED2002)
Rachelle Garniez (bio) "La Vie en Rose" (TED2004)
A performance with breath, music, passion (TED2008)
Adam Garone (bio) Healthier men, one moustache at a time (TEDxToronto 2011)
Melissa Garren (bio) The sea we've hardly seen (TEDxMonterey 2012)
Laurie Garrett (bio) Lessons from the 1918 flu (TED2007)
Ariel Garten (bio) Know thyself, with a brain scanner (TEDxToronto 2011)
Nate Garvis (bio) Change our culture, change our world (TEDxTC 2010)
Bill Gates (bio) Mosquitos, malaria and education (TED2009)
Innovating to zero! (TED2010)
How state budgets are breaking US schools (TED2011)
Teachers need real feedback (TED Talks Education 2013)
Why giving away our wealth has been the most satisfying thing we've done (TED2014)
Melinda Gates (bio) What nonprofits can learn from Coca-Cola (TEDxChange 2010)
Let's put birth control back on the agenda (TEDxChange 2012)
Why giving away our wealth has been the most satisfying thing we've done (TED2014)
Ed Gavagan (bio) A story about knots and surgeons (TEDMED 2012)
Atul Gawande (bio) How do we heal medicine? (TED2012)
Leymah Gbowee (bio) Unlock the intelligence, passion, greatness of girls (TED2012)
James Geary (bio) Metaphorically speaking (TEDGlobal 2009)
Ueli Gegenschatz (bio) Extreme wingsuit flying (TED2009)
Frank Gehry (bio) My days as a young rebel (TED1990)
A master architect asks, Now what? (TED2002)
Murray Gell-Mann (bio) Beauty, truth and ... physics? (TED2007)
The ancestor of language (TED2007)
Inara George (bio) "Family Tree" (TEDxGreatPacificGarbagePatch 2010)
Rose George (bio) Let's talk crap. Seriously. (TED2013)
Inside the secret shipping industry (TED@BCG Singapore 2013)
Chris Gerdes (bio) The future race car — 150mph, and no driver (TEDxStanford 2012)
Neil Gershenfeld (bio) Unleash your creativity in a Fab Lab (TED2006)
The interspecies internet? An idea in progress (TED2013)
John Gerzema (bio) The post-crisis consumer (TEDxKC 2009)
Tavi Gevinson (bio) A teen just trying to figure it out (TEDxTeen 2012)
Ashraf Ghani (bio) How to rebuild a broken state (TEDGlobal 2005)
Jess Ghannam Global health psychology (TEDxUNPlaza 2013)[16]
Pankaj Ghemawat (bio) Actually, the world isn't flat (TEDGlobal 2012)
Andrea Ghez (bio) The hunt for a supermassive black hole (TEDGlobal 2009)
Wael Ghonim (bio) Inside the Egyptian revolution (TED2011)
Bobby Ghosh (bio) Why global jihad is losing (TEDxGeorgetown 2012)
Gabby Giffords (bio) Be passionate. Be courageous. Be your best. (TED2014)
Dan Gilbert (bio) The surprising science of happiness (TED2004)
Why we make bad decisions (TEDGlobal 2005)
The psychology of your future self (TED2014)
Elizabeth Gilbert (bio) Your elusive creative genius (TED2009)
Success, failure and the drive to keep creating (TED2014)
Paul Gilding (bio) The Earth is full (TED2012)
Eric Giler (bio) A demo of wireless electricity (TEDGlobal 2009)
Jeremy Gilley (bio) One day of peace (TEDGlobal 2011)
Gian Giudice (bio) Why our universe might exist on a knife-edge (TEDxCERN 2013)
Malcolm Gladwell (bio) Choice, happiness and spaghetti sauce (TED2004)
The strange tale of the Norden bombsight (TEDGlobal 2011)
The unheard story of David and Goliath (TEDSalon NY2013)
Milton Glaser (bio) Using design to make ideas new (TED1998)
James B. Glattfelder (bio) Who controls the world? (TEDxZurich 2011)
Renny Gleeson (bio) Our antisocial phone tricks (TED2009)
404, the story of a page not found (TED2012)
Evelyn Glennie (bio) How to truly listen (TED2003)
Misha Glenny (bio) How global crime networks work (TEDGlobal 2009)
Hire the hackers! (TEDGlobal 2011)
Seth Godin (bio) How to get your ideas to spread (TED2003)
The tribes we lead (TED2009)
Thomas Goetz (bio) It's time to redesign medical data (TEDMED 2010)
Jennifer Golbeck (bio) The curly fry conundrum: Why social media “likes” say more than you might think (TEDxMidAtlantic 2013)
Ben Goldacre (bio) Battling bad science (TEDGlobal 2011)
What doctors don't know about the drugs they prescribe (TEDMED 2012)
Ken Goldberg (bio) 4 lessons from robots about being human (TEDxBerkeley 2012)
Thelma Golden (bio) How art gives shape to cultural change (TED2009)
Ian Goldin (bio) Navigating our global future (TEDGlobal 2009)
Brian Goldman (bio) Doctors make mistakes. Can we talk about that? (TEDxToronto 2010)
Daniel Goldstein (bio) The battle between your present and future self (TEDSalon NY2011)
Guy-Philippe Goldstein (bio) How cyberattacks threaten real-world peace (TEDxParis 2010)
Rebecca Newberger Goldstein (bio) The long reach of reason (TED2012)
Daniel Goleman (bio) Why aren't we more compassionate? (TED2007)
Tal Golesworthy (bio) How I repaired my own heart (TEDxKrakow 2011)
Charmian Gooch (bio) Meet global corruption's hidden players (TEDGlobal 2013)
My wish: To launch a new era of openness in business (TED2014) TED Prize
Jane Goodall (bio) What separates us from chimpanzees? (TED2002)
How humans and animals can live together (TEDGlobal 2007)
Marc Goodman (bio) A vision of crimes in the future (TEDGlobal 2012)
Doris Kearns Goodwin (bio) Lessons from past presidents (TED2008)
Alison Gopnik (bio) What do babies think? (TEDGlobal 2011)
Deborah Gordon (bio) The emergent genius of ant colonies (TED2003)
What ants teach us about the brain, cancer and the Internet (TED2014)
Robert J. Gordon (bio) The death of innovation, the end of growth (TED2013)
Al Gore (bio) Averting the climate crisis (TED2006)
New thinking on the climate crisis (TED2008)
What comes after An Inconvenient Truth? (TED2009)
Kim Gorgens (bio) Protecting the brain against concussion (TEDxDU 2010)
Antony Gormley (bio) Sculpted space, within and without (TEDGlobal 2012)
Rose Goslinga (bio) Crop insurance, an idea worth seeding (TEDSalon Berlin 2014)
Roy Gould (bio) A preview of the WorldWide Telescope (TED2008)
Sean Gourley (bio) The mathematics of war (TED2009)
Mapping ideas worth spreading (TED2013)
David Grady (bio) How to save the world (or at least yourself) from bad meetings (TED@State Street Boston 2013)
Billy Graham (bio) On technology and faith (TED1998)
John Graham-Cumming (bio) The greatest machine that never was (TEDxImperialCollege 2012)
LZ Granderson (bio) The myth of the gay agenda (TEDxGrandRapids 2012)
Temple Grandin (bio) The world needs all kinds of minds (TED2010)
Jennifer Granholm (bio) A clean energy proposal — race to the top! (TED2013)
Colin Grant (bio) How our stories cross over (TEDxBrighton 2012)
Evan Grant (bio) Making sound visible through cymatics (TEDGlobal 2009)
Jessica Green (bio) Are we filtering the wrong microbes? (TEDGlobal 2011)
We're covered in germs. Let's design for that. (TED2013)
Lennart Green (bio) Close-up card magic with a twist (TED2005)
Michael Green (bio) Why we should build wooden skyscrapers (TED2013)
Michael Green (bio) What the Social Progress Index can reveal about your country (TEDGlobal 2014)
Gary Greenberg (bio) The beautiful nano details of our world (TEDxMaui 2012)
Brian Greene (bio) Making sense of string theory (TED2005)
Is our universe the only universe? (TED2012)
Glenn Greenwald (bio) Why privacy matters (TEDGlobal 2014)
David Griffin (bio) How photography connects us (TED2008)
Toni Griffin (bio) A new vision for rebuilding Detroit (TEDCity2.0 2013)
Saul Griffith (bio) Everyday inventions (TED2006)
High-altitude wind energy from kites! (TED2009)
Rufus Griscom (bio) Let's talk parenting taboos (TEDWomen 2010)
Bill Gross (bio) A solar energy system that tracks the sun (TED2003)
Adam Grosser (bio) A mobile fridge for vaccines (TED2007)
Rick Guidotti (bio) From stigma to supermodel (TEDxPhoenix 2011)
Anil Gupta (bio) India's hidden hotbeds of invention (TEDIndia 2009)
Robert Gupta (bio) Music is medicine, music is sanity (TED2010)
On violon and cello, "Passacaglia" (TED2011)
Between music and medicine (TEDMED 2012)
Ameenah Gurib-Fakim (bio) Humble plants that hide surprising secrets (TEDGlobal 2014)
Ellen Gustafson (bio) Obesity + hunger = 1 global food issue (TEDxEast 2010)
Ron Gutman (bio) The hidden power of smiling (TED2011)

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Speaker Talk(s)
Harald Haas (bio) Wireless data from every light bulb (TEDGlobal 2011)
Peter Haas (bio) Haiti's disaster of engineering (TED Senior Fellows at TEDGlobal 2010)
Haas&Hahn (Jeroen Koolhaas & Dre Urhahn) (bio) How painting can transform communities (TEDGlobal 2014)
Anne Habiby ALL (TEDxDeadSea 2011)[17]
Chris Hadfield (bio) What I learned from going blind in space (TED2014)
Jonathan Haidt (bio) The moral roots of liberals and conservatives (TED2008)
Religion, evolution, and the ecstasy of self-transcendence (TED2012)
How common threats can make common (political) ground (TEDSalon NY2012)
Joan Halifax (bio) Compassion and the true meaning of empathy (TEDWomen 2010)
Justin Hall-Tipping (bio) Freeing energy from the grid (TEDGlobal 2011)
Geraldine Hamilton (bio) Body parts on a chip (TEDxBoston 2013)
Suheir Hammad (bio) Poems of war, peace, women, power (TEDWomen 2010)
Robert Hammond (bio) Building a park in the sky (TED2011)
Jeff Han (bio) The radical promise of the multi-touch interface (TED2006)
Nick Hanauer (bio) Who are the job creators? (TED2012)[18][19]
Beware, fellow plutocrats, the pitchforks are coming (TEDSalon NY2014)
Herbie Hancock (bio) An all-star set (TED2009)
Jeff Hancock (bio) The future of lying (TEDxWinnipeg 2012)
Martin Hanczyc (bio) The line between life and not-life (TEDSalon London Spring 2011)
Handspring Puppet Company (bio) The genius puppetry behind War Horse (TED2011)
James Hansen (bio) Why I must speak out about climate change (TED2012)
Phil Hansen (bio) Embrace the shake (TED2013)
Michael Hansmeyer (bio) Building unimaginable shapes (TEDGlobal 2012)
David Hanson (bio) Robots that "show emotion" (TED2009)
Cesar Harada (bio) A novel idea for cleaning up oil spills (TEDxSummit 2012)
Neil Harbisson (bio) I listen to color (TEDGlobal 2012)
John Hardy (bio) My green school dream (TEDGlobal 2010)
Tim Harford (bio) Trial, error and the God complex (TEDGlobal 2011)
Honor Harger (bio) A history of the universe in sound (TEDSalon London Spring 2011)
Rob Harmon (bio) How the market can keep streams flowing (TEDxRainier 2010)
Lisa Harouni (bio) A primer on 3D printing (TEDSalon London Spring 2011)
Jonathan Harris (bio) The Web's secret stories (TED2007)
The web as art (TED2007)
Sam Harris (bio) Science can answer moral questions (TED2010)
Stefon Harris (bio) There are no mistakes on the bandstand (TEDSalon NY2011)
Kate Hartman (bio) The art of wearable communication (TED2011)
Del Harvey (bio) Protecting Twitter users (sometimes from themselves) (TED2014)
Asher Hasan (bio) My message of peace from Pakistan (TEDIndia 2009)
Adrianne Haslet-Davis (bio) The new bionics that let us run, climb and dance (TED2014)
Graham Hawkes (bio) A flight through the ocean (TED2005)
Stephen Hawking (bio) Questioning the universe (TED2008)
Jeff Hawkins (bio) How brain science will change computing (TED2003)
Cheryl Hayashi (bio) The magnificence of spider silk (TED2010)
Tyrone Hayes (bio) The toxic baby (TEDWomen 2010)
Lesley Hazleton (bio) On reading the Koran (TEDxRainier 2010)
The doubt essential to faith (TEDGlobal 2013)
Charles Hazlewood (bio) Trusting the ensemble (TEDGlobal 2011)
The debut of the British Paraorchestra (TEDxBrussels 2011)
Jennifer Healey (bio) If cars could talk, accidents might be avoidable (TED@Intel 2013)
Imogen Heap (bio) "Wait It Out" (TEDGlobal 2009)
Thomas Heatherwick (bio) Building the Seed Cathedral (TED2011)
Margaret Heffernan (bio) Dare to disagree (TEDGlobal 2012)
The dangers of "willful blindness" (TEDxDanubia 2013)
Jeremy Heimans (bio) What new power looks like (TEDSalon Berlin 2014)
Shea Hembrey (bio) How I became 100 artists (TED2011)
Fabian Hemmert (bio) The shape-shifting future of the mobile phone (TEDxBerlin 2010)
Suzana Herculano-Houzel (bio) What is so special about the human brain? (TEDGlobal 2013)
Cameron Herold (bio) Let's raise kids to be entrepreneurs (TEDxEdmonton 2010)
Hugh Herr (bio) The new bionics that let us run, climb and dance (TED2014)
Erik Hersman (bio) Reporting crisis via texting (TED2009)
Noreena Hertz (bio) How to use experts — and when not to (TEDSalon London 2010)
Denise Herzing (bio) Could we speak the language of dolphins? (TED2013)
Annette Heuser (bio) The 3 agencies with the power to make or break economies (TEDGlobal 2013)
Jamie Heywood (bio) The big idea my brother inspired (TEDMED 2009)
Mohamed Hijri (bio) A simple solution to the coming phosphorus crisis (TEDxUdeM 2013)
Graham Hill (bio) Why I'm a weekday vegetarian (TED2010)
Less stuff, more happiness (TED2011)
Danny Hillis (bio) Back to the future (of 1994) (TED1994)
Understanding cancer through proteomics (TEDMED 2010)
The Internet could crash. We need a Plan B (TED2013)
Andy Hobsbawm (bio) Do the green thing (TED2008)
Mellody Hobson (bio) Color blind or color brave? (TED2014)
John Hockenberry (bio) The painter and the pendulum (TED in the Field 2009)
We are all designers (TED2012)
Lauren Hodge (bio) Award-winning teenage science in action (TEDxWomen 2011)
John Hodgman (bio) Aliens, love — where are they? (TED2008)
Design, explained. (TED2012)
Dennis Hoekstra Ideas under pressure (TEDxYouth@Brabantlaan 2012)[20]
David Hoffman (bio) Sputnik mania (TED2007)
What happens when you lose everything (TED2008)
Guy Hoffman (bio) Robots with "soul" (TEDxJaffa 2013)
Ryan Holladay (bio) To hear this music you have to be there. Literally (TED@BCG San Francisco 2013)
David Holt (bio) The joyful tradition of mountain music (TED2004)
Jim Holt (bio) Why does the universe exist? (TED2014)
Tom Honey (bio) Why would God create a tsunami? (TED2005)
Dennis Hong (bio) My seven species of robot (TEDxNASA 2009)
Making a car for blind drivers (TED2011)
Carl Honoré (bio) In praise of slowness (TEDGlobal 2005)
Rob Hopkins (bio) Transition to a world without oil (TEDGlobal 2009)
Jack Horner (bio) Building a dinosaur from a chicken (TED2011)
Where are the baby dinosaurs? (TEDxVancouver 2011)
Damon Horowitz (bio) We need a "moral operating system" (TEDxSiliconValley 2011)
Philosophy in prison (TED2011)
Robert Lee Hotz (bio) Inside an Antarctic time machine (TEDGlobal 2010)
Philip K. Howard (bio) Four ways to fix a broken legal system (TED2010)
Steve Howard (bio) Let's go all-in on selling sustainability (TEDGlobal 2013)
Freeman Hrabowski (bio) 4 pillars of college success in science (TED2013)
ShaoLan Hsueh (bio) Learn to read Chinese ... with ease! (TED2013)
Shih Chieh Huang (bio) Sculptures that’d be at home in the deep sea (TED2014)
Sirena Huang (bio) An 11-year-old's magical violin (TED2006)
Yasheng Huang (bio) Does democracy stifle economic growth? (TEDGlobal 2011)
Aaron Huey (bio) America's native prisoners of war (TEDxDU 2010)
Arianna Huffington (bio) How to succeed? Get more sleep (TEDWomen 2010)
Todd Humphreys (bio) How to fool a GPS (TEDxAustin 2012)
Sophie Hunger (bio) Songs of secrets and city lights (TEDGlobal 2009)
Allison Hunt (bio) How to get (a new) hip (TED2007)
John Hunter (bio) Teaching with the World Peace Game (TED2011)
Hammad Husain Mosque: From a Functional Space to a Symbolic Image (TEDxGIKI 2013)[21]
Iain Hutchison (bio) Saving faces: A facial surgeon's craft (TEDGlobal 2010)
Hyde, Sam ([1]) 2070 Paradigm Shift (TEDxDrexelIU)
Mikko Hyppönen (bio) Fighting viruses, defending the net (TEDGlobal 2011)
Three types of online attack (TEDxBrussels 2011)
How the NSA betrayed the world's trust — time to act (TEDxBrussels 2013)

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Speaker Talk(s)
Jeff Iliff (bio) One more reason to get a good night’s sleep (TEDMED 2014)
Robin Ince (bio) Science versus wonder? (TEDGlobal 2011)
Bjarke Ingels (bio) 3 warp-speed architecture tales (TEDGlobal 2009)
Hedonistic sustainability (TEDxEast 2011)
Thomas Insel (bio) Toward a new understanding of mental illness (TEDxCaltech 2013)
Garik Israelian (bio) How spectroscopy could reveal alien life (TEDGlobal 2009)
Joi Ito (bio) Want to innovate? Become a "now-ist" (TED2014)
Janet Iwasa (bio) How animations can help scientists test a hypothesis (TED2014)
Sheena Iyengar (bio) The art of choosing (TEDGlobal 2010)
How to make choosing easier (TEDSalon NY2011)
Pico Iyer (bio) Where is home? (TEDGlobal 2013)
The art of stillness (TEDSalon NY2014)

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Speaker Talk(s)
Nina Jablonski (bio) Skin color is an illusion (TED2009)
Jessica Jackley (bio) Poverty, money — and love (TEDGlobal 2010)
Alison Jackson (bio) An unusual glimpse at celebrity (TEDGlobal 2005)
Tim Jackson (bio) An economic reality check (TEDGlobal 2010)
AJ Jacobs (bio) How healthy living nearly killed me (TEDMED 2011)
The world's largest family reunion … we're all invited! (TEDActive 2014)
Mark Z. Jacobson (bio) Debate: Does the world need nuclear energy? (TED2010)
Martin Jacques (bio) Understanding the rise of China (TEDSalon London 2010)
Marcin Jakubowski (bio) Open-sourced blueprints for civilization (TED2011)
Emmanuel Jal (bio) The music of a war child (TEDGlobal 2009)
Dong Woo Jang (bio) The art of bow-making (TED2013)
Theo Jansen (bio) My creations, a new form of life (TED2007)
Debra Jarvis (bio) Yes, I survived cancer. But that doesn't define me (TEDMED 2014)
Meg Jay (bio) Why 30 is not the new 20 (TED2013)
Faith Jegede (bio) What I've learned from my autistic brothers (TED@London 2012)
Mae Jemison (bio) Teach arts and sciences together (TED2002)
Ken Jennings (bio) Watson, Jeopardy and me, the obsolete know-it-all (TEDxSeattleU 2013)
Mary Lou Jepsen (bio) Could future devices read images from our brains? (TED2013)
Mitchell Joachim (bio) Don't build your home, grow it! (TED2010)
Maz Jobrani (bio) Did you hear the one about the Iranian-American? (TEDGlobal 2010)
A Saudi, an Indian and an Iranian walk into a Qatari bar ... (TEDxSummit 2012)
Erik Johansson (bio) Impossible photography (TEDSalon London Fall 2011)
Paula Johnson (bio) His and hers … healthcare (TEDWomen 2013)
Steven Johnson (bio) The Web as a city (TED2003)
How the "ghost map" helped end a killer disease (TEDSalon 2006)
Where good ideas come from (TEDGlobal 2010)
Judy MacDonald Johnston (bio) Prepare for a good end of life (TED2013)
Hamish Jolly (bio) A shark-deterrent wetsuit (and it's not what you think) (TEDxPerth 2013)
Allan Jones (bio) A map of the brain (TEDGlobal 2011)
Sarah Jones (bio) A one-woman global village (TED2009)
What does the future hold? 11 characters offer quirky answers (TED2014)
Van Jones (bio) The economic injustice of plastic (TEDxGreatPacificGarbagePatch 2010)
Chris Jordan (bio) Turning powerful stats into art (TED2008)
Ellen Jorgensen (bio) Biohacking — you can do it, too (TEDGlobal 2012)
Beverly Joubert (bio) Life lessons from big cats (TEDWomen 2010)
Dereck Joubert (bio) Life lessons from big cats (TEDWomen 2010)
Bill Joy (bio) What I'm worried about, what I'm excited about (TED2006)
JR (bio) My wish: Use art to turn the world inside out (TED2011) TED Prize
One year of turning the world inside out (TED2012)
Olivia Judson Sex Advice to All Creation (TED2005)[22]
Sebastian Junger (bio) Why veterans miss war (TEDSalon NY2014)
Steve Jurvetson (bio) Model rocketry (TED2007)

K[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
Ben Kacyra (bio) Ancient wonders captured in 3D (TEDGlobal 2011)
Nathaniel Kahn (bio) Scenes from "My Architect" (TED2002)
Daniel Kahneman (bio) The riddle of experience vs. memory (TED2010)
Maira Kalman (bio) The illustrated woman (TED2007)
Dean Kamen (bio) To invent is to give (TED2002)
Luke, a new prosthetic arm for soldiers (TED2007)
The emotion behind invention (TEDMED 2009)
Megan Kamerick (bio) Women should represent women in media (TEDxABQ 2011)
Sarah Kaminsky (bio) My father the forger (TEDxParis 2010)
William Kamkwamba (bio) How I built a windmill (TEDGlobal 2007)
How I harnessed the wind (TEDGlobal 2009)
Ken Kamler (bio) Medical miracle on Everest (TEDMED 2009)
Nancy Kanwisher (bio) A neural portrait of the human mind (TED2014)
Frederic Kaplan (bio) How to build an information time machine (TEDxCaFoscariU 2013)
Zach Kaplan (bio) Toys and materials from the future (TED2005)
Shekhar Kapur (bio) We are the stories we tell ourselves (TEDIndia 2009)
His Holiness the Karmapa (bio) The technology of the heart (TEDIndia 2009)
John Kasaona (bio) How poachers became caretakers (TED2010)
Jeremy Kasdin (bio) The flower-shaped starshade that might help us detect Earth-like planets (TED2014)
Ben Katchor (bio) Comics of bygone New York (TED2002)
Lalitesh Katragadda (bio) Making maps to fight disaster, build economies (TEDIndia 2009)
Jackson Katz (bio) Violence against women—it's a men's issue (TEDxFiDiWomen 2012)
Alan Kay (bio) A powerful idea about ideas (TED2007)
Sarah Kay (bio) If I should have a daughter ... (TED2011)
How many lives can you live? (TEDxEast 2011)
Steve Keil (bio) A manifesto for play, for Bulgaria and beyond (TEDxBG 2011)
David Keith (bio) A critical look at geoengineering against climate change (TEDSalon 2007 Hot Science)
David Kelley (bio) Human-centered design (TED2002)
How to build your creative confidence (TED2012)
Diane Kelly (bio) What we didn't know about penis anatomy (TEDMED 2012)
Kevin Kelly (bio) How technology evolves (TED2005)
Technology's epic story (TEDxAmsterdam 2009)
Mark Kelly (bio) Be passionate. Be courageous. Be your best. (TED2014)
Paul Kemp-Robertson (bio) Bitcoin. Sweat. Tide. Meet the future of branded currency. (TEDGlobal 2013)
Mark Kendall (bio) Demo: A needle-free vaccine patch that's safer and way cheaper (TEDGlobal 2013)
Cynthia Kenyon (bio) Experiments that hint of longer lives (TEDGlobal 2011)
Diébédo Francis Kéré (bio) How to build with clay... and community (TEDCity2.0 2013)
Wolfgang Kessling (bio) How to air-condition outdoor spaces (TEDxSummit 2012)
Salman Khan (bio) Let's use video to reinvent education (TED2011)
Wadah Khanfar (bio) A historic moment in the Arab world (TED2011)
Parag Khanna (bio) Mapping the future of countries (TEDGlobal 2009)
Chip Kidd (bio) Designing books is no laughing matter. OK, it is. (TED2012)
Beeban Kidron (bio) The shared wonder of film (TEDSalon London Spring 2012)
Matt Killingsworth (bio) Want to be happier? Stay in the moment (TEDxCambridge 2011)
Joseph Kim (bio) The family I lost in North Korea. And the family I gained. (TEDGlobal 2013)
Young-ha Kim (bio) Be an artist, right now! (TEDxSeoul 2010)
Kaki King (bio) Playing "Pink Noise" on guitar (TED2008)
Rosie King (bio) How autism freed me to be myself (TEDMED 2014)
Raghava KK (bio) My 5 lives as an artist (TED2010)
Shake up your story (TEDGlobal 2011)
What's your 200-year plan? (TEDxSummit 2012)
Jonathan Klein (bio) Photos that changed the world (TED2010)
Joshua Klein (bio) A thought experiment on the intelligence of crows (TED2008)
Naomi Klein (bio) Addicted to risk (TEDWomen 2010)
Ami Klin (bio) A new way to diagnose autism (TEDxPeachtree 2011)
Jeffrey Kluger (bio) The sibling bond (TEDxAsheville 2011)
Chris Kluwe (bio) How augmented reality will change sports ... and build empathy (TED2014)
Hubertus Knabe (bio) The dark secrets of a surveillance state (TEDSalon Berlin 2014)
Heather Knight (bio) Silicon-based comedy (TEDWomen 2010)
Bart Knols (bio) Cheese, dogs and a pill to kill mosquitoes and end malaria (TEDxMaastricht 2012)
Aaron Koblin (bio) Visualizing ourselves ... with crowd-sourced data (TED2011)
Lian Pin Koh (bio) A drone's-eye view of conservation (TEDGlobal 2013)
Nupur Kohli Life Lessons from our Children (TEDxDelft 2012)[23]
Sally Kohn (bio) Let’s try emotional correctness (TED@NYC 2013)
Don't like clickbait? Don't click (TED@NYC 2014)
Daphne Koller (bio) What we're learning from online education (TEDGlobal 2012)
Marc Koska (bio) 1.3m reasons to re-invent the syringe (TEDGlobal 2009)
Gary Kovacs (bio) Tracking our online trackers (TED2012)
Joe Kowan (bio) How I beat stage fright (TED@State Street Boston 2013)
Shane Koyczan (bio) To This Day ... for the bullied and beautiful (TED2013)
Daniel Kraft (bio) A better way to harvest bone marrow (TED2009)
Medicine's future? There's an app for that (TEDxMaastricht 2011)
Stacey Kramer (bio) The best gift I ever survived (TED2010)
Elliot Krane (bio) The mystery of chronic pain (TED2011)
Ivan Krastev (bio) Can democracy exist without trust? (TEDGlobal 2012)
Bernie Krause (bio) The voice of the natural world (TEDGlobal 2013)
Sunitha Krishnan (bio) The fight against sex slavery (TEDIndia 2009)
Lisa Kristine (bio) Photos that bear witness to modern slavery (TEDxMaui 2012)
Reed Kroloff (bio) A tour of modern architecture (TED2003)
Jarrett J. Krosoczka (bio) How a boy became an artist (TEDxHampshireCollege 2012)
Why lunch ladies are heroes (TED@NYC 2014)
Katherine Kuchenbecker (bio) The technology of touch (TEDYouth 2012)
JoAnn Kuchera-Morin (bio) Stunning data visualization in the AlloSphere (TED2009)
Patricia Kuhl (bio) The linguistic genius of babies (TEDxRainier 2010)
Todd Kuiken (bio) A prosthetic arm that "feels" (TEDGlobal 2011)
Nirmalya Kumar (bio) India's invisible innovation (TEDxLondonBusinessSchool 2012)
Vijay Kumar (bio) Robots that fly ... and cooperate (TED2012)
James Howard Kunstler (bio) The ghastly tragedy of the suburbs (TED2004)
Cesar Kuriyama (bio) One second every day (TED2012)
Pamelia Kurstin (bio) The untouchable music of the theremin (TED2002)
Ray Kurzweil (bio) The accelerating power of technology (TED2005)
A university for the coming singularity (TED2009)
Get ready for hybrid thinking (TED2014)
David Kwong (bio) Two nerdy obsessions meet — and it's magic (TED2014)

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Speaker Talk(s)
John La Grou (bio) A plug for smart power outlets (TED2009)
Michel Laberge (bio) How synchronized hammer strikes could generate nuclear fusion (TED2014)
Yang Lan (bio) The generation that's remaking China (TEDGlobal 2011)
Joe Landolina (bio) This gel can make you stop bleeding instantly (TEDGlobal 2014)
David Lang (bio) My underwater robot (TED2013)
Robert Lang (bio) The math and magic of origami (TED2008)
Zahra' Langhi (bio) Why Libya's revolution didn't work — and what might (TEDxWomen 2012)
Ralph Langner (bio) Cracking Stuxnet, a 21st-century cyber weapon (TED2011)
Frans Lanting (bio) The story of life in photographs (TED2005)
Photos that give voice to the animal kingdom (TED2014)
Kent Larson (bio) Brilliant designs to fit more people in every city (TEDxBoston 2012)
Magnus Larsson (bio) Turning dunes into architecture (TEDGlobal 2009)
Stefan Larsson (bio) What doctors can learn from each other (TED@BCG Singapore 2013)
Alex Laskey (bio) How behavioral science can lower your energy bill (TED2013)
Gary Lauder (bio) Take Turns (TED2010)
Diana Laufenberg (bio) How to learn? From mistakes (TEDxMidAtlantic 2010)
Brenda Laurel (bio) Games for girls (TED1998)
Caroline Lavelle (bio) Casting a spell on the cello (TED2005)
Stephen Lawler (bio) Tour Microsoft's Virtual Earth (TED2007)
Ramanan Laxminarayan (bio) The coming crisis in antibiotics (TEDMED 2014)
Tan Le (bio) A headset that reads your brainwaves (TEDGlobal 2010)
My immigration story (TEDxWomen 2011)
Charles Leadbeater (bio) The era of open innovation (TEDGlobal 2005)
Education innovation in the slums (TEDSalon London 2010)
Louise Leakey (bio) A dig for humanity's origins (TED2008)
Tim Leberecht (bio) 3 ways to (usefully) lose control of your brand (TEDGlobal 2012)
Richard Ledgett (bio) The NSA responds to Edward Snowden’s TED Talk (TED2014)
Hyeonseo Lee (bio) My escape from North Korea (TED2013)
Jae Rhim Lee (bio) My mushroom burial suit (TEDGlobal 2011)
Jinha Lee (bio) Reach into the computer and grab a pixel (TED2013)
Jinsop Lee (bio) Design for all 5 senses (TED2013)
Johnny Lee (bio) Free or cheap Wii Remote hacks (TED2008)
Suzanne Lee (bio) Grow your own clothes (TED2011)
Rob Legato (bio) The art of creating awe (TEDGlobal 2012)
John Legend (bio) "True Colors" (TED Talks Education 2013)
Mathieu Lehanneur (bio) Science-inspired design (TEDGlobal 2009)
Joseph Lekuton (bio) A parable for Kenya (TEDGlobal 2007)
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon (bio) Women entrepreneurs, example not exception (TEDxWomen 2011)
Annie Lennox (bio) Why I am an HIV/AIDS activist (TEDGlobal 2010)
Garth Lenz (bio) The true cost of oil (TEDxVictoria 2011)
Jaime Lerner (bio) A song of the city (TED2007)
Rob Lerner Biochar: Putting The Carbon Genie Back in the Bottle (TEDxSanMiguelDeAllende 2013)[24]
Elizabeth Lesser (bio) Take "the Other" to lunch (TEDWomen 2010)
Lawrence Lessig (bio) Laws that choke creativity (TED2007)
Re-examining the remix (TEDxNYED 2010)
We the People, and the Republic we must reclaim (TED2013)
The unstoppable walk to political reform (TED2014)
Golan Levin (bio) Software (as) art (TED2004)
Art that looks back at you (TED2009)
Janna Levin (bio) The sound the universe makes (TED2011)
Emily Levine (bio) A theory of everything (TED2002)
Joel Levine (bio) Why we need to go back to Mars (TEDxNASA 2009)
Daniel Levitin The World in Six Songs (TEDxUSC 2012)[25]
Steven Levitt (bio) The freakonomics of crack dealing (TED2004)
Surprising stats about child carseats (TEDGlobal 2005)
Don Levy (bio) A cinematic journey through visual effects (TED2012)
Eric Lewis (bio) Piano jazz that rocks (TED2009)
Chaos and harmony on piano (TED2009)
Paul Lewis (bio) Crowdsourcing the news (TEDxThessaloniki 2011)
Sara Lewis (bio) The loves and lies of fireflies (TED2014)
Sarah Lewis (bio) Embrace the near win (TED2014)
Eric X. Li (bio) A tale of two political systems (TEDGlobal 2013)
William Li (bio) Can we eat to starve cancer? (TED2010)
Daniel Libeskind (bio) 17 words of architectural inspiration (TED2009)
Erez Lieberman Aiden (bio) What we learned from 5 million books (TEDxBoston 2011)
Charles Limb (bio) Your brain on improv (TEDxMidAtlantic 2010)
Building the musical muscle (TEDMED 2011)
Henry Lin (bio) What we can learn from galaxies far, far away (TEDYouth 2013)
Jennifer Lin (bio) Improvising on piano, aged 14 (TED2004)
Elizabeth Lindsey (bio) Curating humanity's heritage (TEDWomen 2010)
Hod Lipson (bio) Building "self-aware" robots (TED2007)
Garrett Lisi (bio) An 8-dimensional model of the universe (TED2008)
Carvens Lissaint (bio) "Put the financial aid in the bag" (TED-Ed 2011)
Max Little (bio) A test for Parkinson's with a phone call (TEDGlobal 2012)
Eric Liu (bio) Why ordinary people need to understand power (TEDCity2.0 2013)
Xu Liu (bio) A mouse. A laser beam. A manipulated memory. (TEDxBoston 2013)
John Lloyd (bio) An inventory of the invisible (TEDGlobal 2009)
An animated tour of the invisible (TED-Ed 2012)
Ryan Lobo (bio) Photographing the hidden story (TEDIndia 2009)
Amy Lockwood (bio) Selling condoms in the Congo (TEDGlobal 2011)
Elizabeth Loftus (bio) The fiction of memory (TEDGlobal 2013)
David Logan (bio) Tribal leadership (TEDxUSC 2009)
Bjørn Lomborg (bio) Global priorities bigger than climate change (TED2005)
Malcolm London (bio) “High School Training Ground” (TED Talks Education 2013)
Eleanor Longden (bio) The voices in my head (TED2013)
Beau Lotto (bio) Optical illusions show how we see (TEDGlobal 2009)
Science is for everyone, kids included (TEDGlobal 2012)
Ross Lovegrove (bio) Organic design, inspired by nature (TED2005)
Amory Lovins (bio) Winning the oil endgame (TED2005)
A 40-year plan for energy (TEDSalon NY2012)
Andres Lozano (bio) Parkinson's, depression and the switch that might turn them off (TEDxCaltech 2013)
Nancy Lublin (bio) Texting that saves lives (TED2012)
Chris Luebkeman Can you imagine...? (2006)[citation needed]
Tania Luna (bio) How a penny made me feel like a millionaire (TED@New York 2012)
Sergei Lupashin (bio) A flying camera ... on a leash (TEDSalon Berlin 2014)
Sonaar Luthra (bio) Meet the Water Canary (TEDGlobal 2011)
The LXD (bio) In the Internet age, dance evolves ... (TED2010)
Jamila Lyiscott (bio) 3 ways to speak English (TEDSalon NY2014)
James Lyne (bio) Everyday cybercrime — and what you can do about it (TED2013)
Greg Lynn (bio) Organic algorithms in architecture (TED2005)

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Speaker Talk(s)
Lebo M. Lebo M.: Circle of Life (Kunal Sood: Dedication) (TEDxSF 2012)[26]
Lebo M (TEDxUNPlaza 2013)[16]
David Macaulay (bio) An illustrated journey through Rome (TED2002)
Paul MacCready (bio) Nature vs. humans (TED1998)
A flight on solar wings (TED2003)
Neil MacGregor (bio) 2600 years of history in one object (TEDGlobal 2011)
Tod Machover (bio) Inventing instruments that unlock new music (TED2008)
David MacKay (bio) A reality check on renewables (TEDxWarwick 2012)
Rebecca MacKinnon (bio) Let's take back the Internet! (TEDGlobal 2011)
Natalie MacMaster (bio) Cape Breton fiddling in reel time (TED2002)
Fiddling in reel time (TED2003)
Ernest Madu (bio) World-class health care (TEDGlobal 2007)
John Maeda (bio) Designing for simplicity (TED2007)
How art, technology and design inform creative leaders (TEDGlobal 2012)
Pattie Maes (bio) Meet the SixthSense interaction (TED2009)
Saki Mafundikwa (bio) Ingenuity and elegance in ancient African alphabets (TED2013)
Vusi Mahlasela (bio) "Thula Mama" (TEDGlobal 2007)
"Woza" (TEDGlobal 2007)
Bruno Maisonnier (bio) Dance, tiny robots! (TEDxConcorde 2013)
Arthur Mamou-Mani The architecture of joy (TEDxBlackRockCity 2014)
Rishi Manchanda (bio) What makes us get sick? Look upstream. (TEDSalon NY2014)
Pia Mancini (bio) How to upgrade democracy for the Internet era (TEDGlobal 2014)
Stefano Mancuso (bio) The roots of plant intelligence (TEDGlobal 2010)
Benoit Mandelbrot (bio) Fractals and the art of roughness (TED2010)
Bob Mankoff (bio) Anatomy of a New Yorker cartoon (TEDSalon NY2013)
Becci Manson (bio) (Re)touching lives through photos (TEDGlobal 2012)
Harish Manwani (bio) Profit’s not always the point (TED@BCG Singapore 2013)
Reuben Margolin (bio) Sculpting waves in wood and time (TED2012)
Lisa Margonelli (bio) The political chemistry of oil (TEDxOilSpill 2010)
Ludwick Marishane (bio) A bath without water (TED@Johannesburg 2012)
Henry Markram (bio) A brain in a supercomputer (TEDGlobal 2009)
Nic Marks (bio) The Happy Planet Index (TEDGlobal 2010)
Nigel Marsh (bio) How to make work-life balance work (TEDxSydney 2010)
Melissa Marshall (bio) Talk nerdy to me (TEDGlobal 2012)
Will Marshall (bio) Tiny satellites show us the Earth as it changes in near-real-time (TED2014)
Courtney E. Martin (bio) This isn't her mother's feminism (TEDWomen 2010)
Sam Martin (bio) Claim your "manspace" (TEDGlobal 2009)
R.A. Mashelkar (bio) Breakthrough designs for ultra-low-cost products (TEDIndia 2009)
Mike Matas (bio) A next-generation digital book (TED2011)
Shaffi Mather (bio) A new way to fight corruption (TEDIndia 2009)
Miwa Matreyek (bio) Glorious visions in animation and performance (TEDGlobal 2010)
Thom Mayne (bio) How architecture can connect us (TED2005)
Mariana Mazzucato (bio) Government — investor, risk-taker, innovator (TEDGlobal 2013)
Bandi Mbubi (bio) Demand a fair trade cell phone (TEDxExeter 2012)
Andrew McAfee (bio) Are droids taking our jobs? (TEDxBoston 2012)
What will future jobs look like? (TED2013)
Ron McCallum (bio) How technology allowed me to read (TEDxSydney 2013)
David McCandless (bio) The beauty of data visualization (TEDGlobal 2010)
Jenna McCarthy (bio) What you don't know about marriage (TEDxAmericanRiviera 2011)
Stanley McChrystal (bio) Listen, learn ... then lead (TED2011)
The military case for sharing knowledge (TED2014)
Scott McCloud (bio) The visual magic of comics (TED2005)
Jason McCue (bio) Terrorism is a failed brand (TEDGlobal 2012)
Michael McDaniel (bio) Cheap, effective shelter for disaster relief (TEDxAustin 2012)
William McDonough (bio) Cradle to cradle design (TED2005)
Christopher McDougall (bio) Are we born to run? (TEDxPennQuarter 2010)
Claron McFadden (bio) Singing the primal mystery (TEDxAmsterdam 2010)
Jane McGonigal (bio) Gaming can make a better world (TED2010)
The game that can give you 10 extra years of life (TEDGlobal 2012)
Massively multi-player… thumb-wrestling? (TEDGlobal 2013)
Kelly McGonigal (bio) How to make stress your friend (TEDGlobal 2013)
Wayne McGregor (bio) A choreographer's creative process in real time (TEDGlobal 2012)
Nellie McKay (bio) "Clonie" (TED2008)
"Mother of Pearl," "If I Had You" (TED2008)
"The Dog Song" (TED2008)
Erin McKean (bio) The joy of lexicography (TED2007)
Chris McKnett (bio) The investment logic for sustainability (TED@State Street Boston 2013)
Roger McNamee (bio) 6 ways to save the internet (TEDxSantaCruz 2011)
Lucy McRae (bio) How can technology transform the human body? (TED2012)
John McWhorter (bio) Txtng is killing language. JK!!! (TED2013)
Eric Mead (bio) The magic of the placebo (TEDMED 2009)
Alexa Meade (bio) Your body is my canvas (TEDGlobal 2013)
Kamal Meattle (bio) How to grow fresh air (TED2009)
Yoav Medan (bio) Ultrasound surgery — healing without cuts (TEDMED 2011)
Christien Meindertsma (bio) How pig parts make the world turn (TEDGlobal 2010)
Danny Mekić Danny Mekic (TEDxYouth@Amsterdam 2011)[27]
Cupid Facebook: From Advertisements to Singularity (TEDxSaxionUniversity 2012)[28]
Why the Facebook riot should not be called the Facebook riot (TEDxRoermond 2013)[29]
Natalie Merchant (bio) Singing old poems to life (TED2010)
Nilofer Merchant (bio) Got a meeting? Take a walk (TED2013)
Ryan Merkley (bio) Online video — annotated, remixed and popped (TEDGlobal 2012)
David Merrill (bio) Toy tiles that talk to each other (TED2009)
Jarreth Merz (bio) Filming democracy in Ghana (TEDGlobal 2011)
Michael Merzenich (bio) Growing evidence of brain plasticity (TED2004)
Dave Meslin (bio) The antidote to apathy (TEDxToronto 2010)
Michael Metcalfe (bio) We need money for aid. So let’s print it. (TED@State Street Boston 2013)
Dan Meyer (bio) Math class needs a makeover (TEDxNYED 2010)
Pamela Meyer (bio) How to spot a liar (TEDGlobal 2011)
Jean-Baptiste Michel (bio) What we learned from 5 million books (TEDxBoston 2011)
The mathematics of history (TED2012)
Raul Midón (bio) "Tembererana" (TED2007)
"Peace on Earth" (TED2007)
Nathalie Miebach (bio) Art made of storms (TEDGlobal 2011)
Gero Miesenboeck (bio) Re-engineering the brain (TEDGlobal 2010)
Anne Milgram (bio) Why smart statistics are the key to fighting crime (TED@BCG San Francisco 2013)
Alisa Miller (bio) The news about the news (TED2008)
Matt Mills (bio) Image recognition that triggers augmented reality (TEDGlobal 2012)
Marvin Minsky (bio) Health and the human mind (TED2003)
Anupam Mishra (bio) The ancient ingenuity of water harvesting (TEDIndia 2009)
Inge Missmahl (bio) Bringing peace to the minds of Afghanistan (TEDGlobal 2010)
Pranav Mistry (bio) Meet the SixthSense interaction (TED2009)
The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology (TEDIndia 2009)
Pat Mitchell (bio) So we leaned in ... now what? (TEDWomen 2013)
Sugata Mitra (bio) The child-driven education (TEDGlobal 2010)
Build a School in the Cloud (TED2013) TED Prize
Isaac Mizrahi (bio) Fashion and creativity (TED2008)
Kees Moeliker (bio) How a dead duck changed my life (TED2013)
Dalia Mogahed (bio) The attitudes that sparked Arab Spring (TEDxSummit 2012)
Deqo Mohamed (bio) Mother and daughter doctor-heroes (TEDWomen 2010)
Eman Mohammed (bio) The courage to tell a hidden story (TED2014)
Catherine Mohr (bio) Surgery's past, present and robotic future (TED2009)
The tradeoffs of building green (TED2010)
Aleph Molinari (bio) Let's bridge the digital divide! (TEDxSanMigueldeAllende 2011)
Paul Moller (bio) My dream of a flying car (TED2004)
Peter Molyneux (bio) Meet Milo, the virtual boy (TEDGlobal 2010)
George Monbiot (bio) For more wonder, rewild the world (TEDGlobal 2013)
Read Montague (bio) What we're learning from 5,000 brains (TEDGlobal 2012)
Jon Mooallem (bio) How the teddy bear taught us compassion (TED2014)
Vincent Moon (bio) Hidden music rituals around the world (TEDGlobal 2014)
Charles Moore (bio) Seas of plastic (TED2009)
Terry Moore (bio) How to tie your shoes (TED2005)
Why is 'x' the unknown? (TED2012)
Wes Moore (bio) How to talk to veterans about the war (TEDSalon NY2014)
Elaine Morgan (bio) I believe we evolved from aquatic apes (TEDGlobal 2009)
Yves Morieux (bio) As work gets more complex, 6 rules to simplify (TED@BCG San Francisco 2013)
Morley (bio) "Women of Hope" (TEDxWomen 2011)
Evgeny Morozov (bio) How the Net aids dictatorships (TEDGlobal 2009)
Holly Morris (bio) Why stay in Chernobyl? Because it's home. (TEDGlobal 2013)
Michael Moschen (bio) Juggling as art ... and science (TED2002)
Catarina Mota (bio) Play with smart materials (TEDGlobal 2012)
Kimberley Motley (bio) How I defend the rule of law (TEDGlobal 2014)
Mick Mountz (bio) What happens inside those massive warehouses? (TEDxBoston 2011)
Dambisa Moyo (bio) Is China the new idol for emerging economies? (TEDGlobal 2013)
Geoff Mulgan (bio) Post-crash, investing in a better world (TEDGlobal 2009)
A short intro to the Studio School (TEDGlobal 2011)
Georgette Mulheir (bio) The tragedy of orphanages (TEDSalon London Spring 2012)
Sendhil Mullainathan (bio) Solving social problems with a nudge (TEDIndia 2009)
Rodney Mullen (bio) Pop an ollie and innovate! (TEDxUSC 2012)
Aimee Mullins (bio) Changing my legs - and my mindset (TED1998)
My 12 pairs of legs (TED2009)
The opportunity of adversity (TEDMED 2009)
Kary Mullis (bio) Play! Experiment! Discover! (TED2002)
A next-gen cure for killer infections (TED2009)
Vik Muniz (bio) Art with wire, sugar, chocolate and string (TED2003)
Randall Munroe (bio) Comics that ask "what if?" (TED2014)
Elizabeth Murchison (bio) Fighting a contagious cancer (TEDGlobal 2011)
Arunachalam Muruganantham (bio) How I started a sanitary napkin revolution! (TED@Bangalore 2012)
Ramsey Musallam (bio) 3 rules to spark learning (TED Talks Education 2013)
Elon Musk (bio) The mind behind Tesla, SpaceX, SolarCity ... (TED2013)
Andrew Mwenda (bio) Aid for Africa? No thanks. (TEDGlobal 2007)
Nathan Myhrvold (bio) Archeology, animal photography, BBQ ... (TED2007)
Could this laser zap malaria? (TED2010)
Cooking as never seen before (TED2011)

N[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
James Nachtwey (bio) My wish: Let my photographs bear witness (TED2007) TED Prize
Moving photos of extreme drug-resistant TB (TED Prize Wish 2008)
Ethan Nadelmann (bio) Why we need to end the War on Drugs (TEDGlobal 2014)
Nalini Nadkarni (bio) Conserving the canopy (TED2009)
Life science in prison (TED2010)
Robin Nagle (bio) What I discovered in New York City trash (TEDCity2.0 2013)
Euvin Naidoo (bio) Why invest in Africa (TEDGlobal 2007)
Loretta Napoleoni (bio) The intricate economics of terrorism (TEDGlobal 2009)
Ajit Narayanan (bio) A word game to communicate in any language (TED2013)
Nardwuar the Human Serviette Do It Yourself! (TEDxVancouver 2010)[30]
Barbara Natterson-Horowitz (bio) What veterinarians know that doctors don't (TEDMED 2014)
Naturally 7 (bio) A full-band beatbox (TED2009)
Maajid Nawaz (bio) A global culture to fight extremism (TEDGlobal 2011)
Nicholas Negroponte (bio) 5 predictions, from 1984 (TED1984)
One Laptop per Child (TED2006)
Taking OLPC to Colombia (TED in the Field 2008)
A 30-year history of the future (TED2014)
Shirin Neshat (bio) Art in exile (TEDWomen 2010)
Robert Neuwirth (bio) The hidden world of shadow cities (TEDGlobal 2005)
The power of the informal economy (TEDGlobal 2012)
Thandie Newton (bio) Embracing otherness, embracing myself (TEDGlobal 2011)
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (bio) The danger of a single story (TEDGlobal 2009)
Jon Nguyen (bio) Tour the solar system from home (TEDxSanDiego 2011)
Quyen Nguyen (bio) Color-coded surgery (TEDMED 2011)
Paul Nicklen (bio) Tales of ice-bound wonderlands (TED2011)
Miguel Nicolelis (bio) A monkey that controls a robot with its thoughts. No, really. (TEDMED 2012)
Michael Nielsen (bio) Open science now! (TEDxWaterloo 2011)
Nandan Nilekani (bio) Ideas for India's future (TED2009)
Sheila Nirenberg (bio) A prosthetic eye to treat blindness (TEDMED 2011)
Antonio Donato Nobre (bio) The magic of the Amazon: A river that flows invisibly all around us (TEDxAmazonia 2010)
William Noel (bio) Revealing the lost codex of Archimedes (TEDxSummit 2012)
Keith Nolan (bio) Deaf in the military (TEDxIslay 2011)
Markham Nolan (bio) How to separate fact and fiction online (TEDSalon London Fall 2012)
Don Norman (bio) 3 ways good design makes you happy (TED2003)
Woody Norris (bio) Hypersonic sound and other inventions (TED2004)
Michael Norton (bio) How to buy happiness (TEDxCambridge 2011)
Peter Norvig (bio) The 100,000-student classroom (TED2012)
Jehane Noujaim (bio) My wish: A global day of film (TED2006) TED Prize
Beth Noveck (bio) Demand a more open-source government (TEDGlobal 2012)
Jacqueline Novogratz (bio) Invest in Africa's own solutions (TEDGlobal 2005)
Patient capitalism (TEDGlobal 2007)
An escape from poverty (TED2009)
A third way to think about aid (TED@State 2009)
Inspiring a life of immersion (TEDWomen 2010)
Kakenya Ntaiya (bio) A girl who demanded school (TEDxMidAtlantic 2012)
Sherwin Nuland (bio) How electroshock therapy changed me (TED2001)
The extraordinary power of ordinary people (TED2003)
Diana Nyad (bio) Extreme swimming with the world's most dangerous jellyfish (TEDMED 2011)
Never, ever give up (TEDWomen 2013)
Joseph Nye (bio) Global power shifts (TEDGlobal 2010)

O[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
Aaron O'Connell (bio) Making sense of a visible quantum object (TED2011)
Caitria O'Neill (bio) How to step up in the face of disaster (TEDxBoston 2012)
Morgan O'Neill (bio) How to step up in the face of disaster (TEDxBoston 2012)
Onora O'Neill (bio) What we don't understand about trust (TEDxHousesOfParliament 2013)
Matthew O'Reilly (bio) "Am I dying?" The honest answer. (TED@NYC 2014)
Amy O'Toole (bio) Science is for everyone, kids included (TEDGlobal 2012)
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy (bio) Inside a school for suicide bombers (TED2010)
Eddie Obeng (bio) Smart failure for a fast-changing world (TEDGlobal 2012)
Adam Ockelford (bio) In the key of genius (TEDxWarwick 2013)
Aakash Odedra (bio) A dance in a hurricane of paper, wind and light (TEDGlobal 2014)
Fabian Oefner (bio) Psychedelic science (TEDGlobal 2013)
Alexis Ohanian (bio) How to make a splash in social media (TEDIndia 2009)
Ory Okolloh (bio) How I became an activist (TEDGlobal 2007)
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala (bio) Want to help Africa? Do business here (TED2007)
Aid versus trade (TEDGlobal 2007)
Jamie Oliver (bio) Teach every child about food (TED2010) TED Prize
Fiorenzo Omenetto (bio) Silk, the ancient material of the future (TED2011)
Rebecca Onie (bio) What if our healthcare system kept us healthy? (TEDMED 2012)
Ivan Oransky (bio) Are we over-medicalized? (TEDMED 2012)
Naomi Oreskes (bio) Why we should trust scientists (TEDSalon NY2014)
Kate Orff (bio) Reviving New York's rivers — with oysters! (TEDWomen 2010)
Dean Ornish (bio) Healing through diet (TED2004)
The killer American diet that's sweeping the planet (TED2006)
Your genes are not your fate (TED2008)
Alessandra Orofino (bio) It’s our city. Let’s fix it (TEDGlobal 2014)
Emily Oster (bio) Flip your thinking on AIDS in Africa (TED2007)
Adam Ostrow (bio) After your final status update (TEDGlobal 2011)
Seyi Oyesola (bio) A hospital tour in Nigeria (TEDGlobal 2007)

P[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
Svante Pääbo (bio) DNA clues to our inner neanderthal (TEDGlobal 2011)
Dan Pacholke (bio) How prisons can help inmates live meaningful lives (TEDxMonroeCorrectionalComplex 2014)
Eduardo Paes (bio) The 4 commandments of cities (TED2012)
Larry Page (bio) The genesis of Google (TED2004)
Where’s Google going next? (TED2014)
Mark Pagel (bio) How language transformed humanity (TEDGlobal 2011)
Jennifer Pahlka (bio) Coding a better government (TED2012)
Damian Palin (bio) Mining minerals from seawater (TED2012)
Dan Pallotta (bio) The way we think about charity is dead wrong (TED2013)
Amanda Palmer (bio) The art of asking (TED2013)
George Papandreou (bio) Imagine a European democracy without borders (TEDGlobal 2013)
Derek Paravicini (bio) In the key of genius (TEDxWarwick 2013)
Sarah Parcak (bio) Archeology from space (TED2012)
Eli Pariser (bio) Beware online "filter bubbles" (TED2011)
Ji-Hae Park (bio) The violin, and my dark night of the soul (TED2013)
Hadyn Parry (bio) Re-engineering mosquitos to fight disease (TEDSalon London Fall 2012)
Trita Parsi (bio) Iran and Israel: Peace is possible (TEDGlobal 2013)
Alastair Parvin (bio) Architecture for the people by the people (TED2013)
Neil Pasricha (bio) The 3 A's of awesome (TEDxToronto 2010)
Sheila Patek (bio) The shrimp with a kick! (TED2004)
Hetain Patel (bio) Who am I? Think again (TEDGlobal 2013)
Rupal Patel (bio) Synthetic voices, as unique as fingerprints (TEDWomen 2013)
Vikram Patel (bio) Mental health for all by involving all (TEDGlobal 2012)
Devdutt Pattanaik (bio) East vs. West — the myths that mystify (TEDIndia 2009)
James Patten (bio) The best computer interface? Maybe ... your hands (TED Fellows Retreat 2013)
Angela Patton (bio) A father-daughter dance ... in prison (TEDxWomen 2012)
Annie Murphy Paul (bio) What we learn before we're born (TEDGlobal 2011)
Michael Pawlyn (bio) Using nature's genius in architecture (TEDSalon London 2010)
Enrique Peñalosa (bio) Why buses represent democracy in action (TEDCity2.0 2013)
Maya Penn (bio) Meet a young entrepreneur, cartoonist, designer, activist … (TEDWomen 2013)
Irene Pepperberg Parrot Intelligence (TED2005)[31]
Esther Perel (bio) The secret to desire in a long-term relationship (TEDSalon NY2013)
Nicolas Perony (bio) Puppies! Now that I’ve got your attention, complexity theory (TEDxZurich 2013)
David Perry (bio) Are games better than life? (TED2006)
Philippe Petit (bio) The journey across the high wire (TED2012)
Stephen Petranek (bio) 10 ways the world could end (TED2002)
Gregory Petsko (bio) The coming neurological epidemic (TED2008)
Caroline Phillips (bio) Hurdy-gurdy for beginners (TEDGlobal 2010)
Dan Phillips (bio) Creative houses from reclaimed stuff (TEDxHouston 2010)
Paul Pholeros (bio) How to reduce poverty? Fix homes (TEDxSydney 2013)
Bertrand Piccard (bio) My solar-powered adventure (TEDGlobal 2009)
T. Boone Pickens (bio) Let's transform energy — with natural gas (TED2012)
Ramona Pierson (bio) An unexpected place of healing (TEDxDU 2011)
Rita F. Pierson (bio) Every kid needs a champion (TED Talks Education 2013)
Paul Piff (bio) Does money make you mean? (TEDxMarin 2013)
Rachel Pike (bio) The science behind a climate headline (TEDGlobal 2009)
Thomas Piketty (bio) New thoughts on capital in the twenty-first century (TEDSalon Berlin 2014)
Emily Pilloton (bio) Teaching design for change (TEDGlobal 2010)
Pilobolus (bio) A dance of "Symbiosis" (TED2005)
Joseph Pine (bio) What consumers want (TED2004)
Dan Pink (bio) The puzzle of motivation (TEDGlobal 2009)
Steven Pinker (bio) Human nature and the blank slate (TED2003)
What our language habits reveal (TEDGlobal 2005)
The surprising decline in violence (TED2007)
The long reach of reason (TED2012)
Elizabeth Pisani (bio) Sex, drugs and HIV — let's get rational (TED2010)
David Pizarro (bio) The strange politics of disgust (TEDxEast 2012)
Phil Plait (bio) How to defend Earth from asteroids (TEDxBoulder 2011)
Plan B Youth, music and London (TEDxObserver 2012)[32]
Plankton Chronicles Project (bio) The secret life of plankton (TED-Ed 2012)
Mark Plotkin (bio) What the people of the Amazon know that you don’t (TEDGlobal 2014)
Thomas Pogge (bio) Medicine for the 99 percent (TEDxCanberra 2011)
David Pogue (bio) Simplicity sells (TED2006)
10 top time-saving tech tips (TED2013)
Hendrik Poinar (bio) Bring back the woolly mammoth! (TEDxDeExtinction 2013)
Michael Pollan (bio) A plant's-eye view (TED2007)
Jason Pontin (bio) Can technology solve our big problems? (TED2013)
Christopher "moot" Poole (bio) The case for anonymity online (TED2010)
McKenna Pope (bio) Want to be an activist? Start with your toys (TEDYouth 2013)
Srdja Popovic (bio) How to topple a dictator (TEDxKrakow 2011)
Carolyn Porco (bio) This is Saturn (TED2007)
Could a Saturn moon harbor life? (TED2009)
Michael Porter (bio) Why business can be good at solving social problems (TEDGlobal 2013)
Tony Porter (bio) A call to men (TEDWomen 2010)
Virginia Postrel (bio) On glamour (TED2004)
Will Potter (bio) The shocking move to criminalize nonviolent protest (TED2014)
Arthur Potts Dawson (bio) A vision for sustainable restaurants (TEDGlobal 2010)
Colin Powell (bio) Kids need structure (TEDxMidAtlantic 2012)
Samantha Power (bio) A complicated hero in the war on dictatorship (TED2008)
Jane Poynter (bio) Life in Biosphere 2 (TEDxUSC 2009)
Sanjay Pradhan (bio) How open data is changing international aid (TEDGlobal 2012)
Joshua Prager (bio) In search of the man who broke my neck (TED2013)
Manu Prakash (bio) A 50-cent microscope that folds like origami (TEDGlobal 2012)
Lakshmi Pratury (bio) The lost art of letter-writing (TED2007)
Timothy Prestero (bio) Design for people, not awards (TEDxBoston 2012)
Richard Preston (bio) The mysterious lives of giant trees (TED2008)
Gavin Pretor-Pinney (bio) Cloudy with a chance of joy (TEDGlobal 2013)
Seth Priebatsch (bio) The game layer on top of the world (TEDxBoston 2010)
Joshua Prince-Ramus (bio) Behind the design of Seattle's library (TED2006)
Building a theater that remakes itself (TEDxSMU 2009)
Michael Pritchard (bio) How to make filthy water drinkable (TEDGlobal 2009)
Andy Puddicombe (bio) All it takes is 10 mindful minutes (TEDSalon London Fall 2012)
Lewis Pugh (bio) How I swam the North Pole (TEDGlobal 2009)
My mind-shifting Everest swim (TEDGlobal 2010)
Amy Purdy (bio) Living beyond limits (TEDxOrangeCoast 2011)
David Puttnam (bio) Does the media have a "duty of care"? (TEDxHousesOfParliament 2013)
Richard Pyle (bio) A dive into the reef's Twilight Zone (TED2004)

Q[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
Iqbal Quadir (bio) How mobile phones can fight poverty (TEDGlobal 2005)
Quixotic Fusion (bio) Dancing with light (TED2012)

R[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
Edi Rama (bio) Take back your city with paint (TEDxThessaloniki 2012)
Vilayanur Ramachandran (bio) 3 clues to understanding your brain (TED2007)
The neurons that shaped civilization (TEDIndia 2009)
Kavita Ramdas (bio) Radical women, embracing tradition (TEDIndia 2009)
Steve Ramirez (bio) A mouse. A laser beam. A manipulated memory. (TEDxBoston 2013)
Meaghan Ramsey (bio) Why thinking you're ugly is bad for you (TED@Unilever 2014)
James Randi (bio) Homeopathy, quackery and fraud (TED2007)
JP Rangaswami (bio) Information is food (TED@SXSWi 2012)
Aparna Rao (bio) High-tech art (with a sense of humor) (TEDGlobal 2011)
Art that craves your attention (TED Fellows Retreat 2013)
Rajesh Rao (bio) A Rosetta Stone for a lost language (TED2011)
Andreas Raptopoulos (bio) No roads? There’s a drone for that (TEDGlobal 2013)
Ramesh Raskar (bio) Imaging at a trillion frames per second (TEDGlobal 2012)
Raspyni Brothers (bio) Juggle and jest (TED2002)
Dilip Ratha (bio) The hidden force in global economics: sending money home (TEDGlobal 2014)
Carlo Ratti (bio) Architecture that senses and responds (TED2011)
Yuyu Rau (bio) Who am I? Think again (TEDGlobal 2013)
Feisal Abdul Rauf (bio) Lose your ego, find your compassion (TEDSalon 2009 Compassion)
Thulasiraj Ravilla (bio) How low-cost eye care can be world-class (TEDIndia 2009)
Afra Raymond (bio) Three myths about corruption (TEDxPortofSpain 2012)
Mark Raymond (bio) Victims of the city (TEDxPortofSpain 2011)
Eddi Reader (bio) "What You've Got" (TED2003)
"Kiteflyer's Hill" (TED2003)
Irwin Redlener (bio) How to survive a nuclear attack (TED2008)
Gail Reed (bio) Where to train the world's doctors? Cuba. (TEDMED 2014)
Preston Reed (bio) A young guitarist meets his hero (TEDGlobal 2012)
Martin Rees (bio) Is this our final century? (TEDGlobal 2005)
Can we prevent the end of the world? (TED2014)
Avi Reichental (bio) What’s next in 3D printing (TED2014)
Rob Reid (bio) The $8 billion iPod (TED2012)
Torsten Reil (bio) Animate characters by evolving them (TED2003)
Daniel Reisel (bio) The neuroscience of restorative justice (TED2013)
Diana Reiss (bio) The interspecies internet? An idea in progress (TED2013)
Shai Reshef (bio) An ultra-low-cost college degree (TED2014)
Mitch Resnick (bio) Let's teach kids to code (TEDxBeaconStreet 2012)
Richard Resnick (bio) Welcome to the genomic revolution (TEDxBoston 2011)
Howard Rheingold (bio) The new power of collaboration (TED2005)
Deborah Rhodes (bio) A test that finds 3x more breast tumors, and why it's not available to you (TEDWomen 2010)
Usman Riaz (bio) A young guitarist meets his hero (TEDGlobal 2012)
Matthieu Ricard (bio) The habits of happiness (TED2004)
Sam Richards (bio) A radical experiment in empathy (TEDxPSU 2010)
Yoruba Richen (bio) What the gay rights movement learned from the civil rights movement (TED2014)
Scott Rickard (bio) The beautiful math behind the ugliest music (TEDxMIA 2011)
Matt Ridley (bio) When ideas have sex (TEDGlobal 2010)
Tom Rielly (bio) A comic sendup of TED2006 (TED2006)
Britta Riley (bio) A garden in my apartment (TEDxManhattan 2011)
Keller Rinaudo (bio) A mini robot — powered by your phone (TED2013)
Ian Ritchie (bio) The day I turned down Tim Berners-Lee (TEDGlobal 2011)
Stephen Ritz (bio) A teacher growing green in the South Bronx (TEDxManhattan 2012)
Rives (bio) If I controlled the Internet (TEDSalon 2006)
A mockingbird remix of TED2006 (TED2006)
The 4 a.m. mystery (TED2007)
A story of mixed emoticons (TED2008)
Reinventing the encyclopedia game (TEDxSummit 2012)
The Museum of Four in the Morning (TEDActive 2014)
Mary Roach (bio) 10 things you didn't know about orgasm (TED2009)
Apollo Robbins (bio) The art of misdirection (TEDGlobal 2013)
Tony Robbins (bio) Why we do what we do (TED2006)
Charles Robertson (bio) Africa's next boom (TEDGlobal 2013)
Ken Robinson (bio) How schools kill creativity (TED2006)
Bring on the learning revolution! (TED2010)
How to escape education's death valley (TED Talks Education 2013)
Geena Rocero (bio) Why I must come out (TED2014)
Ben Roche (bio) Cooking as alchemy (TED2011)
Johan Rockström (bio) Let the environment guide our development (TEDGlobal 2010)
David Rockwell (bio) A memorial at Ground Zero (TED2002)
Phyllis Rodriguez (bio) The mothers who found forgiveness, friendship (TEDWomen 2010)
Joshua Roman (bio) On violon and cello, "Passacaglia" (TED2011)
Paul Romer (bio) Why the world needs charter cities (TEDGlobal 2009)
The world's first charter city? (TED2011)
Brenda Romero (bio) Gaming for understanding (TEDxPhoenix 2011)
Jon Ronson (bio) Strange answers to the psychopath test (TED2012)
Mark Ronson (bio) How sampling transformed music (TED2014)
David S. Rose (bio) How to pitch to a VC (TED2007)
Hanna Rosin (bio) New data on the rise of women (TEDWomen 2010)
Hans Rosling (bio) The best stats you've ever seen (TED2006)
New insights on poverty (TED2007)
Insights on HIV, in stunning data visuals (TED2009)
Let my dataset change your mindset (TED@State 2009)
Asia's rise — how and when (TEDIndia 2009)
Global population growth, box by box (TED@Cannes 2010)
The good news of the decade? (TEDxChange 2010)
The magic washing machine (TEDWomen 2010)
Religions and babies (TEDxSummit 2012)
How not to be ignorant about the world (TEDSalon Berlin 2014)
Ola Rosling (bio) How not to be ignorant about the world (TEDSalon Berlin 2014)
Yves Rossy (bio) Fly with the Jetman (TEDGlobal 2011)
Mark Roth (bio) Suspended animation is within our grasp (TED2010)
Paul Rothemund (bio) Playing with DNA that self-assembles (TED2007)
DNA folding, in detail (TED2008)
Juliana Rotich (bio) Meet BRCK, Internet access built for Africa (TEDGlobal 2013)
Tamara Roukaerts (bio) Image recognition that triggers augmented reality (TEDGlobal 2012)
Wingham Rowan (bio) A new kind of job market (TEDSalon London Fall 2012)
Bunker Roy (bio) Learning from a barefoot movement (TEDGlobal 2011)
Deb Roy (bio) The birth of a word (TED2011)
Avi Rubin (bio) All your devices can be hacked (TEDxMidAtlantic 2011)
Hector Ruiz (bio) The thinking behind 50x15 (TEDGlobal 2007)
Alan Russell (bio) The potential of regenerative medicine (TED2006)
Cameron Russell (bio) Looks aren't everything. Believe me, I'm a model. (TEDxMidAtlantic 2012)
Burt Rutan (bio) The real future of space exploration (TED2006)
Christopher Ryan (bio) Are we designed to be sexual omnivores? (TED2013)
Patricia Ryan (bio) Don't insist on English! (TEDxDubai 2010)

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Speaker Talk(s)
Franco Sacchi (bio) A tour of Nollywood, Nigeria's booming film industry (TEDGlobal 2007)
Oliver Sacks (bio) What hallucination reveals about our minds (TED2009)
Janette Sadik-Khan (bio) New York's streets? Not so mean any more (TEDCity2.0 2013)
Donald Sadoway (bio) The missing link to renewable energy (TED2012)
Adam Sadowsky (bio) How to engineer a viral music video (TEDxUSC 2010)
Moshe Safdie (bio) Building uniqueness (TED2002)
How to reinvent the apartment building (TED2014)
Carl Safina (bio) The oil spill's unseen culprits, victims (TEDxOilSpill 2010)
Stefan Sagmeister (bio) Happiness by design (TED2004)
Designing with slogans (TED2008)
The power of time off (TEDGlobal 2009)
7 rules for making more happiness (TED@Cannes 2010)
Elyn Saks (bio) A tale of mental illness — from the inside (TEDGlobal 2012)
Zainab Salbi (bio) Women, wartime and the dream of peace (TEDGlobal 2010)
Renata Salecl (bio) Our unhealthy obsession with choice (TEDGlobal 2013)
Sebastião Salgado (bio) The silent drama of photography (TED2013)
Emiliano Salinas (bio) A civil response to violence (TEDxSanMigueldeAllende 2010)
Sheryl Sandberg (bio) Why we have too few women leaders (TEDWomen 2010)
So we leaned in ... now what? (TEDWomen 2013)
Michael Sandel (bio) The lost art of democratic debate (TED2010)
Why we shouldn't trust markets with our civic life (TEDGlobal 2013)
Eric Sanderson (bio) New York — before the City (TEDGlobal 2009)
Shyam Sankar (bio) The rise of human-computer cooperation (TEDGlobal 2012)
Laurie Santos (bio) A monkey economy as irrational as ours (TEDGlobal 2010)
Mallika Sarabhai (bio) Dance to change the world (TEDIndia 2009)
Dimitar Sasselov (bio) How we found hundreds of potential Earth-like planets (TEDGlobal 2010)
Kartick Satyanarayan (bio) How we rescued the "dancing" bears" (TEDIndia 2009)
Peter Saul (bio) Let's talk about dying (TEDxNewy 2011)
Ben Saunders (bio) Why did I ski to the North Pole? (TED2005)
Why bother leaving the house? (TEDSalon London Fall 2012)
To the South Pole and back — the hardest 105 days of my life (TED2014)
Adam Savage (bio) How simple ideas lead to scientific discoveries (TED-Ed 2011)
Susan Savage-Rumbaugh (bio) The gentle genius of bonobos (TED2004)
Jackie Savitz (bio) Save the oceans, feed the world! (TEDxMidAtlantic 2013)
Allan Savory (bio) How to fight desertification and reverse climate change (TED2013)
Rebecca Saxe (bio) How we read each other's minds (TEDGlobal 2009)
Keith Schacht (bio) Toys and materials from the future (TED2005)
Bastian Schaefer (bio) A 3D-printed jumbo jet? (TEDGlobal 2013)
Erik Schlangen (bio) A "self-healing" asphalt (TEDxDelft 2012)
Andreas Schleicher (bio) Use data to build better schools (TEDGlobal 2012)
Gavin Schmidt (bio) The emergent patterns of climate change (TED2014)
Cynthia Schneider (bio) The surprising spread of Idol TV (TEDGlobal 2009)
Bruce Schneier (bio) The security mirage (TEDxPSU 2010)
Daniel Schnitzer (bio) Inventing is the easy part (TEDxPittsburgh 2011)
Shimon Schocken (bio) What a bike ride can teach you (TEDxTelAviv 2010)
The self-organizing computer course (TEDGlobal 2012)
Carl Schoonover (bio) How to look inside the brain (TED2012)
JD Schramm (bio) Break the silence for suicide attempt survivors (TEDActive 2011)
Kathryn Schulz (bio) On being wrong (TED2011)
Don't regret regret (TEDSalon NY2011)
Steven Schwaitzberg (bio) A universal translator for surgeons (TEDxBeaconStreet 2012)
Barry Schwartz (bio) The paradox of choice (TEDGlobal 2005)
Our loss of wisdom (TED2009)
Using our practical wisdom (TEDSalon NY2011 2010)
Louie Schwartzberg (bio) The hidden beauty of pollination (TED2011)
Nature. Beauty. Gratitude. (TEDxSF 2011)
Hidden miracles of the natural world (TED2014)
Deborah Scranton (bio) An Iraq war movie crowd-sourced from soldiers (TED2007)
Camille Seaman (bio) Haunting photos of polar ice (TED2011)
Photos from a storm chaser (TED2013)
John Searle (bio) Our shared condition — consciousness (TEDxCERN 2013)
Nick Sears (bio) Demo: The Orb (TED2007)
Richard Sears (bio) Planning for the end of oil (TED2010)
Al Seckel (bio) Visual illusions that show how we (mis)think (TED2004)
Parul Sehgal (bio) An ode to envy (TEDSalon NY2013)
Joel Selanikio (bio) The surprising seeds of a big-data revolution in healthcare (TEDxAustin 2013)
Martin Seligman (bio) The new era of positive psychology (TED2004)
David Sengeh (bio) The sore problem of prosthetic limbs (TED2014)
Shaka Senghor (bio) Why your worst deeds don’t define you (TED2014)
Jennifer Senior (bio) For parents, happiness is a very high bar (TED2014)
Maurizio Seracini (bio) The secret lives of paintings (TEDGlobal 2012)
Paul Sereno (bio) Digging up dinosaurs (TED2005)
Kiran Sethi (bio) Kids, take charge (TEDIndia 2009)
Sebastian Seung (bio) I am my connectome (TEDGlobal 2010)
Richard Seymour (bio) How beauty feels (TEDSalon London Spring 2011)
Elif Shafak (bio) The politics of fiction (TEDGlobal 2010)
Naomi Shah (bio) Award-winning teenage science in action (TEDxWomen 2011)
Sonia Shah (bio) 3 reasons we still haven’t gotten rid of malaria (TEDGlobal 2013)
Alanna Shaikh (bio) How I'm preparing to get Alzheimer's (TEDGlobal 2012)
Ananda Shankar Jayant (bio) Fighting cancer with dance (TEDIndia 2009)
Aditi Shankardass (bio) A second opinion on developmental disorders (TEDIndia 2009)
Tom Shannon (bio) Anti-gravity sculpture (TED2003)
The painter and the pendulum (TED in the Field 2009)
Toby Shapshak (bio) You don't need an app for that (TEDGlobal 2013)
Jill Shargaa (bio) Please, please, people. Let's put the 'awe' back in 'awesome' (TED@NYC 2014)
Shubhendu Sharma (bio) How to grow a tiny forest anywhere (TED2014)
Tali Sharot (bio) The optimism bias (TED2012)
Mark Shaw (bio) One very dry demo (TED2013)
Susan Shaw (bio) The oil spill’s toxic trade-off (TEDxOilSpill 2010)[33][34]
Six months after oil spill, where are we? (TEDxMidAtlantic 2010)[35][36]
Reckless Endangerment: The Gulf Oil Spill Revisited (TEDxMidAtlantic 2013)[37][38]
Josette Sheeran (bio) Ending hunger now (TEDGlobal 2011)
Bahia Shehab (bio) A thousand times no (TEDGlobal 2012)
Janine Shepherd (bio) A broken body isn't a broken person (TEDxKC 2012)
Michael Shermer (bio) Why people believe weird things (TED2006)
The pattern behind self-deception (TED2010)
Sxip Shirey (bio) A performance with breath, music, passion (TED2008)
Clay Shirky (bio) Institutions vs. collaboration (TEDGlobal 2005)
How social media can make history (TED@State 2009)
How cognitive surplus will change the world (TED@Cannes 2010)
Why SOPA is a bad idea (TEDSalon NY2012)
How the Internet will (one day) transform government (TEDGlobal 2012)
Baba Shiv (bio) Sometimes it's good to give up the driver's seat (TEDxStanford 2012)
Seth Shostak (bio) ET is (probably) out there — get ready (TEDxSanJoseCA 2012)
Myriam Sidibe (bio) The simple power of hand-washing (TED@Unilever 2014)
Alan Siegel (bio) Let's simplify legal jargon! (TED2010)
Jay Silver (bio) Hack a banana, make a keyboard! (TEDSalon NY2013)
Joshua Silver (bio) Adjustable liquid-filled eyeglasses (TEDGlobal 2009)
Nate Silver (bio) Does racism affect how you vote? (TED2009)
Sarah Silverman A new perspective on the number 3000 (TED2010)[39][40]
Taryn Simon (bio) Photographs of secret sites (TEDGlobal 2009)
The stories behind the bloodlines (TEDSalon London Fall 2011)
Cameron Sinclair (bio) My wish: A call for open-source architecture (TED2006) TED Prize
The refugees of boom-and-bust (TED2009)
Simon Sinek (bio) How great leaders inspire action (TEDxPuget Sound 2009)
Why good leaders make you feel safe (TED2014)
P.W. Singer (bio) Military robots and the future of war (TED2009)
Peter Singer (bio) The why and how of effective altruism (TED2013)
Pawan Sinha (bio) How brains learn to see (TEDIndia 2009)
Ernesto Sirolli (bio) Want to help someone? Shut up and listen! (TEDxEQChCh 2012)
Lemn Sissay (bio) A child of the state (TEDxHousesOfParliament 2012)
Sivamani (bio) Rhythm is everything, everywhere (TEDIndia 2009)
Derek Sivers (bio) Weird, or just different? (TEDIndia 2009)
How to start a movement (TED2010)
Keep your goals to yourself (TEDGlobal 2010)
Jeff Skoll (bio) My journey into movies that matter (TED2007)
Anne-Marie Slaughter (bio) Can we all "have it all"? (TEDGlobal 2013)
Kevin Slavin (bio) How algorithms shape our world (TEDGlobal 2011)
Sleepy Man Banjo Boys (bio) Teen wonders play bluegrass (TED@New York 2012)
Bluegrass virtuosity from ... New Jersey? (TED2013)
Gary Slutkin (bio) Let's treat violence like a contagious disease (TEDMED 2013)
Amy Smith (bio) Simple designs to save a life (TED2006)
Clint Smith (bio) The danger of silence (TED@NYC 2014)
Jeff Smith (bio) Lessons in business ... from prison (TED@New York 2012)
Joe Smith (bio) How to use a paper towel (TEDxConcordiaUPortland 2012)
Larry Smith (bio) Why you will fail to have a great career (TEDxUW 2011)
Willie Smits (bio) How to restore a rainforest (TED2009)
Lee Smolin (bio) Science and democracy (TED2003)
Paul Snelgrove (bio) A census of the ocean (TEDGlobal 2011)
Edward Snowden (bio) Here's how we take back the Internet (TED2014)
Laura Snyder (bio) The Philosophical Breakfast Club (TEDGlobal 2012)
Jill Sobule (bio) Global warming's theme song, "Manhattan in January" (TED2006)
The Jill and Julia Show (TED2007)
Christopher Soghoian (bio) Government surveillance — this is just the beginning (TED Fellows Retreat 2013)
Hunter Lee Soik Building a Community of Dreamers (TEDWomen 2013)[41]
Esta Soler (bio) How we turned the tide on domestic violence (Hint: the Polaroid helped) (TEDWomen 2013)
Andrew Solomon (bio) Love, no matter what (TEDMED 2013)
Depression, the secret we share (TEDxMet 2013)
How the worst moments in our lives make us who we are (TED2014)
Susan Solomon (bio) The promise of research with stem cells (TEDGlobal 2012)
Amit Sood (bio) Building a museum of museums on the web (TED2011)
Kunal Sood Lebo M.: Circle of Life (Kunal Sood: Dedication) (TEDxSF 2012)[26]
Be the change + change everything (TEDxUNPlaza 2013)[16]
Kirk Sorensen (bio) Thorium, an alternative nuclear fuel (TEDxYYC 2011)
Didier Sornette (bio) How we can predict the next financial crisis (TEDGlobal 2013)
Jorge Soto (bio) The future of early cancer detection? (TEDGlobal 2014)
Norman Spack (bio) How I help transgender teens become who they want to be (TEDxBeaconStreet 2013)
Jeff Speck (bio) The walkable city (TEDCity2.0 2013)
Michael Specter (bio) The danger of science denial (TED2010)
Adam Spencer (bio) Why I fell in love with monster prime numbers (TED2013)
Malte Spitz (bio) Your phone company is watching (TEDGlobal 2012)
Marla Spivak (bio) Why bees are disappearing (TEDGlobal 2013)
Morgan Spurlock (bio) The greatest TED Talk ever sold (TED2011)
Richard St. John (bio) 8 secrets of success (TED2005)
Success is a continuous journey (TED2009)
Klaus Stadlmann (bio) The world's smallest 3D printer (TEDxVienna 2011)
Paul Stamets (bio) 6 ways mushrooms can save the world (TED2008)
Andrew Stanton (bio) The clues to a great story (TED2012)
Philippe Starck (bio) Design and destiny (TED2007)
James Stavridis (bio) A Navy Admiral's thoughts on global security (TEDGlobal 2012)
Carolyn Steel (bio) How food shapes our cities (TEDGlobal 2009)
Alex Steffen (bio) The route to a sustainable future (TEDGlobal 2005)
The shareable future of cities (TEDGlobal 2011)
Roger Stein (bio) A bold new way to fund drug research (TED@State Street Boston 2013)
Shimon Steinberg (bio) Natural pest control ... using bugs! (TEDxTelAviv 2010)
David Steindl-Rast (bio) Want to be happy? Be grateful (TEDGlobal 2013)
Leslie Morgan Steiner (bio) Why domestic violence victims don't leave (TEDxRainier 2012)
Nicholas Stern (bio) The state of the climate — and what we might do about it (TED@Unilever 2014)
Michael Stevens (bio) How much does a video weigh? (TED-Ed 2013)
Molly Stevens (bio) A new way to grow bone (TEDGlobal 2013)
Bryan Stevenson (bio) We need to talk about an injustice (TED2012)
Stew (bio) "Black Men Ski" (TED2006)
Margaret Gould Stewart (bio) How YouTube thinks about copyright (TED2010)
How giant websites design for you (and a billion others, too) (TED2014)
Rory Stewart (bio) Time to end the war in Afghanistan (TEDGlobal 2011)
Why democracy matters (TEDxHousesOfParliament 2012)
Sting (bio) How I started writing songs again (TED2014)
Gregory Stock (bio) To upgrade is human (TED2003)
Colin Stokes (bio) How movies teach manhood (TEDxBeaconStreet 2012)
Clifford Stoll (bio) The call to learn (TED2006)
Jim Stolze (profile) Can you live without the Internet? (TED University 2009)
Ideas Worth Doing (TEDxYouth@Amsterdam 2010)[42]
How can we discover the oasis of ideas (TEDxMuscat 2011)[43]
The world's biggest party, and you're invited! (TEDxUNPlaza 2013) [16]
Bill Stone (bio) I'm going to the moon. Who's with me? (TED2007)
Kate Stone (bio) DJ decks made of... paper (TED2013)
Kevin Stone (bio) The bio-future of joint replacement (TED2010)
Jonas Gahr Støre (bio) In defense of dialogue (TEDxRC2 2011)
Rainer Strack (bio) The workforce crisis of 2030 — and how to start solving it now (TED@BCG Berlin 2014)
Bill Strickland (bio) Rebuilding a neighborhood with beauty, dignity, hope (TED2002)
Steven Strogatz (bio) The science of sync (TED2004)
Tristram Stuart (bio) The global food waste scandal (TEDSalon London Spring 2012)
John Styn Gratitude, Gifting and Grandpa (TEDxAmericasFinestCity 2012)[44]
Daniel Suarez (bio) The kill decision shouldn't belong to a robot (TEDGlobal 2013)
Thomas Suarez (bio) A 12-year-old app developer (TEDxManhattanBeach 2011)
Pavan Sukhdev (bio) Put a value on nature! (TEDGlobal 2011)
Scott Summit (bio) Beautiful artificial limbs (TEDxCambridge 2011)
Joy Sun (bio) Should you donate differently? (TED@NYC 2014)
Doris Kim Sung (bio) Metal that breathes (TEDxUSC 2012)
Kevin Surace (bio) Eco-friendly drywall (TED2009)
James Surowiecki (bio) The power and the danger of online crowds (TED2005)
Leonard Susskind (bio) My friend Richard Feynman (TEDxCaltech 2011)
Rachel Sussman (bio) The world's oldest living things (TEDGlobal 2010)
Rory Sutherland (bio) Life lessons from an ad man (TEDGlobal 2009)
Sweat the small stuff (TEDSalon London 2010)
Perspective is everything (TEDxAthens 2011)
Adora Svitak (bio) What adults can learn from kids (TED2010)
Fred Swaniker (bio) The leaders who ruined Africa, and the generation who can fix it (TEDGlobal 2014)
Kelli Swazey (bio) Life that doesn't end with death (TEDMED 2013)
Julia Sweeney (bio) Letting go of God (TED2006)
The Jill and Julia Show (TED2007)
It's time for "The Talk" (TED2010)
Luke Syson (bio) How I learned to stop worrying and love "useless" art (TEDxMet 2013)

T[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
Ellen 't Hoen (bio) Pool medical patents, save lives (TEDxZurich 2011)
Alex Tabarrok (bio) How ideas trump crises (TED2009)
Jackie Tabick (bio) The balancing act of compassion (TEDSalon 2009 Compassion)
George Takei (bio) Why I love a country that once betrayed me (TEDxKyoto 2014)
Itay Talgam (bio) Lead like the great conductors (TEDGlobal 2009)
Suzanne Talhouk (bio) Don't kill your language (TEDxBeirut 2012)
Daniel Tammet (bio) Different ways of knowing (TED2011)
Amy Tan (bio) Where does creativity hide? (TED2008)
Chade-Meng Tan (bio) Everyday compassion at Google (TEDPrize@UN 2010)
Nina Tandon (bio) Caring for engineered tissue (TED2011)
Could tissue engineering mean personalized medicine? (TEDGlobal 2012)
Don Tapscott (bio) Four principles for the open world (TEDGlobal 2012)
Jill Tarter (bio) Join the SETI search (TED2009)
Jill Bolte Taylor (bio) My stroke of insight (TED2008)
Julie Taymor (bio) Spider-Man, The Lion King and life on the creative edge (TED2011)
Emma Teeling (bio) The secret of the bat genome (TEDxDublin 2012)
Marco Tempest (bio) The magic of truth and lies (and iPods) (TEDGlobal 2011)
Augmented reality, techno-magic (TEDGlobal 2011)
A magical tale (with augmented reality) (TED2012)
The electric rise and fall of Nikola Tesla (TED2012)
A cyber-magic card trick like no other (TEDGlobal 2012)
And for my next trick, a robot (TED2014)
Edward Tenner (bio) Unintended consequences (TED2011)
Teresa Carreño Youth Orchestra (bio) El Sistema's top youth orchestra (TED2009)
Shashi Tharoor (bio) Why nations should pursue soft power (TEDIndia 2009)
They Might Be Giants (bio) Wake up! (TED2007)
AnnMarie Thomas (bio) Hands-on science with squishy circuits (TED2011)
Jer Thorp (bio) Make data more human (TEDxVancouver 2011)
Sebastian Thrun (bio) Google's driverless car (TED2011)
Tom Thum (bio) The orchestra in my mouth (TEDxSydney 2013)
Robert Thurman (bio) We can be Buddhas (TEDSalon 2006)
Thomas Thwaites (bio) How I built a toaster — from scratch (TEDSalon London 2010)
Tierney Thys (bio) Swim with the giant sunfish (TED2003)
The secret life of plankton (TED-Ed 2012)
Skylar Tibbits (bio) Can we make things that make themselves? (TED2011)
The emergence of "4D printing" (TED2013)
Charity Tillemann-Dick (bio) Singing after a double lung transplant (TEDMED 2010)
iO Tillett Wright (bio) Fifty shades of gay (TEDxWomen 2012)
Michael Tilson Thomas (bio) Music and emotion through time (TED2012)
Krista Tippett (bio) Reconnecting with compassion (TEDPrize@UN 2010)
Boghuma Kabisen Titanji (bio) Ethical riddles in HIV research (TEDxGoodenoughCollege 2012)
Charlie Todd (bio) The shared experience of absurdity (TEDxBloomington 2011)
Halla Tomasdottir (bio) A feminine response to Iceland's financial crash (TEDWomen 2010)
Eric Topol (bio) The wireless future of medicine (TEDMED 2009)
Roselinde Torres (bio) What it takes to be a great leader (TED@BCG San Francisco 2013)
Rokia Traoré (bio) "M'Bifo" (TEDGlobal 2007)
"Kounandi" (TEDGlobal 2007)
Julian Treasure (bio) The 4 ways sound affects us (TEDGlobal 2009)
Shh! Sound health in 8 steps (TEDGlobal 2010)
5 ways to listen better (TEDGlobal 2011)
Why architects need to use their ears (TEDGlobal 2012)
How to speak so that people want to listen (TEDGlobal 2013)
Jonathan Trent (bio) Energy from floating algae pods (TEDGlobal 2012)
Laura Trice (bio) Remember to say thank you (TED2008)
Ahn Trio (bio) A modern take on piano, violin, cello (TEDWomen 2010)
Jakob Trollback (bio) A new kind of music video (TED2007)
Mena Trott (bio) Meet the founder of the blog revolution (TED2006)
Steve Truglia (bio) A leap from the edge of space (TEDGlobal 2009)
Natasha Tsakos (bio) A multimedia theatrical adventure (TED2009)
Karen Tse (bio) How to stop torture (TEDGlobal 2011)
Gever Tulley (bio) 5 dangerous things you should let your kids do (TED2007)
Life lessons through tinkering (TED2009)
Richard Turere (bio) My invention that made peace with lions (TED2013)
Luca Turin (bio) The science of scent (TED2005)
Sherry Turkle (bio) Connected, but alone? (TED2012)
Neil Turok (bio) My wish: Find the next Einstein in Africa (TED2008) TED Prize

U[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
Ed Ulbrich (bio) How Benjamin Button got his face (TED2009)
John Underkoffler (bio) Pointing to the future of UI (TED2010)
William Ury (bio) The walk from "no" to "yes" (TEDxMidwest 2010)
Jacek Utko (bio) Can design save newspapers? (TED2009)

V[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
Vishal Vaid (bio) Hypnotic South Asian improv music (TED2006)
Jason Vale One disease,one solution (TEDxDubai 2010)[45]
Stephan Van Dam Understanding Maps (2002)[citation needed]
Daria van den Bercken (bio) Why I take the piano on the road … and in the air (TEDSalon Berlin 2014)
Rogier van der Heide (bio) Why light needs darkness (TEDxAmsterdam 2010)
Auret van Heerden (bio) Making global labor fair (TEDGlobal 2010)
Peter van Manen (bio) How can Formula 1 racing help ... babies? (TEDxNijmegen 2013)
Peter van Uhm (bio) Why I chose a gun (TEDxAmsterdam 2011)
Yossi Vardi (bio) We're worried about local warming ... in your lap (TED2007)
Boyd Varty (bio) What I learned from Nelson Mandela (TEDWomen 2013)
Naná Vasconcelos Hidden music rituals around the world (TEDGlobal 2014)
Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev Majestic chaos (TEDIndia 2009)[46][47]
Nick Veasey (bio) Exposing the invisible (TEDGlobal 2009)
Aris Venetikidis (bio) Making sense of maps (TEDxDublin 2012)
Vinay Venkatraman (bio) Technology crafts for the digitally underserved (TEDxSummit 2012)
Craig Venter (bio) Sampling the ocean's DNA (TEDGlobal 2005)
On the verge of creating synthetic life (TED2008)
Watch me unveil "synthetic life" (TED in the Field 2010)
Abraham Verghese (bio) A doctor's touch (TEDGlobal 2011)
Al Vernacchio (bio) Sex needs a new metaphor. Here's one ... (TED2012)
Eva Vertes (bio) Meet the future of cancer research (TED2005)
Meera Vijayann (bio) Find your voice against gender violence (TEDxHousesOfParliament 2014)
Xavier Vilalta (bio) Architecture at home in its community (TEDGlobal 2013)
Martin Villeneuve (bio) How I made an impossible film (TED2013)
Munir Virani (bio) Why I love vultures (TED@Nairobi 2012)
Mechai Viravaidya (bio) How Mr. Condom made Thailand a better place (TEDxChange 2010)
Alisa Volkman (bio) Let's talk parenting taboos (TEDWomen 2010)
Luis von Ahn (bio) Massive-scale online collaboration (TEDxCMU 2011)
Saša Vučinić (bio) Why we should invest in a free press (TEDGlobal 2005)

W[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
Jimmy Wales (bio) The birth of Wikipedia (TEDGlobal 2005)
Jay Walker (bio) My library of human imagination (TED2008)
The world's English mania (TED2009)
Karen Thompson Walker (bio) What fear can teach us (TEDGlobal 2012)
Lucianne Walkowicz (bio) Finding planets around other stars (TEDGlobal 2011)
Look up for a change (TEDxPhoenix 2011)
Ge Wang (bio) The DIY orchestra of the future (TEDxStanford 2014)
Miranda Wang (bio) Two young scientists break down plastics with bacteria (TED2013)
Peter Ward (bio) A theory of Earth's mass extinctions (TED2008)
Pam Warhurst (bio) How we can eat our landscapes (TEDSalon London Spring 2012)
Christina Warinner (bio) Tracking ancient diseases using ... plaque (TED2012)
Natalie Warne (bio) Being young and making an impact (TEDxTeen 2011)
Frank Warren (bio) Half a million secrets (TED2012)
Rick Warren (bio) A life of purpose (TED2006)
Abigail Washburn (bio) Building US-China relations ... by banjo (TED2012)
Megan Washington (bio) Why I live in mortal dread of public speaking (TEDxSydney 2014)
James Watson (bio) How we discovered DNA (TED2005)
Reggie Watts (bio) Beats that defy boxes (TED2012)
Heribert Watzke (bio) The brain in your gut (TEDGlobal 2010)
Ruby Wax (bio) What's so funny about mental illness? (TEDGlobal 2012)
Libby Weaver The pace of modern life versus our cavewoman biochemistry (TEDxQueenstown 2014)[48]
Amy Webb (bio) How I hacked online dating (TEDSalon NY2013)
Bart Weetjens (bio) How I taught rats to sniff out land mines (TEDxRotterdam 2010)
Ursus Wehrli (bio) Tidying up art (TED2006)
Richard Weller (bio) Could the sun be good for your heart? (TEDxGlasgow 2012)
Spencer Wells (bio) A family tree for humanity (TEDGlobal 2007)
Leana Wen (bio) What your doctor won’t disclose (TEDMED 2014)
Sebastian Wernicke (bio) Lies, damned lies and statistics (about TEDTalks) (TED2010)
1000 TEDTalks, 6 words (TEDxZurich 2011)
Margaret Wertheim (bio) The beautiful math of coral (TED2009)
Geoffrey West (bio) The surprising math of cities and corporations (TEDGlobal 2011)
Eric Whitacre (bio) A virtual choir 2,000 voices strong (TED2011)
Virtual Choir Live (TED2013)
Romulus Whitaker (bio) The real danger lurking in the water (TEDIndia 2009)
Matthew White (bio) The modern euphonium (TEDGlobal 2009)
George Whitesides (bio) A lab the size of a postage stamp (TEDxBoston 2009)
Toward a science of simplicity (TED2010)
Fields Wicker-Miurin (bio) Learning from leadership's missing manual (TEDSalon London 2009)
Edith Widder (bio) The weird, wonderful world of bioluminescence (TED2011)
How we found the giant squid (TED2013)
Willard Wigan (bio) Hold your breath for micro-sculpture (TEDGlobal 2009)
John Wilbanks (bio) Let's pool our medical data (TEDGlobal 2012)
Richard Wilkinson (bio) How economic inequality harms societies (TEDGlobal 2011)
C.K. Williams (bio) Poetry of youth and age (TED2001)
Evan Williams (bio) The voices of Twitter users (TED2009)
Jody Williams (bio) A realistic vision for world peace (TEDWomen 2010)
Talithia Williams (bio) Own your body's data (TEDxClaremontColleges 2014)
E.O. Wilson (bio) My wish: Build the Encyclopedia of Life (TED2007) TED Prize
Advice to young scientists (TEDMED 2012)
Taylor Wilson (bio) Yup, I built a nuclear fusion reactor (TED2012)
My radical plan for small nuclear fission reactors (TED2013)
Noah Wilson-Rich (bio) Every city needs healthy honey bees (TEDxBoston 2012)
Amos Winter (bio) The cheap all-terrain wheelchair (TEDxBoston 2012)
Alex Wissner-Gross (bio) A new equation for intelligence (TEDxBeaconStreet 2013)
Siegfried Woldhek (bio) The search for the true face of Leonardo (TED2008)
Gary Wolf (bio) The quantified self (TED@Cannes 2010)
Nathan Wolfe (bio) The jungle search for viruses (TED2009)
What's left to explore? (TED2012)
Stefan Wolff (bio) The path to ending ethnic conflicts (TEDGlobal 2010)
Conrad Wolfram (bio) Teaching kids real math with computers (TEDGlobal 2010)
Stephen Wolfram (bio) Computing a theory of all knowledge (TED2010)
Paul Root Wolpe (bio) It's time to question bio-engineering (TEDxPeachtree 2010)
Daniel Wolpert (bio) The real reason for brains (TEDGlobal 2011)
Curtis Wong (bio) A preview of the WorldWide Telescope (TED2008)
Jake Wood (bio) A new mission for veterans — disaster relief (TEDxSanDiego 2011)
John Wooden (bio) The difference between winning and succeeding (TED2001)
Robert Wright (bio) Progress is not a zero-sum game (TED2006)
The evolution of compassion (TEDSalon 2009 Compassion)
Will Wright (bio) Spore, birth of a game (TED2007)
Sheryl WuDunn (bio) Our century's greatest injustice (TEDGlobal 2010)
Tom Wujec (bio) 3 ways the brain creates meaning (TED2009)
Learn to use the 13th-century astrolabe (TEDGlobal 2009)
Build a tower, build a team (TED2010)
Richard Saul Wurman Richard Saul Wurman (TEDxEast 2010)[49]
30th TED birthday celebration (TED2014)[50]
Tristram Wyatt (bio) The smelly mystery of the human pheromone (TEDxLeuvenSalon 2013)

Y[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
Oren Yakobovich (bio) Hidden cameras that film injustice in the world’s most dangerous places (TEDGlobal 2014)
Jeanny Yao (bio) Two young scientists break down plastics with bacteria (TED2013)
Anders Ynnerman (bio) Visualizing the medical data explosion (TEDxGöteborg 2010)
Ed Yong (bio) Zombie roaches and other parasite tales (TED2014)
Nora York (bio) Singing "What I Want" (TEDSalon 2006)
Stella Young (bio) I’m not your inspiration, thank you very much (TEDxSydney 2014)
Ziauddin Yousafzai (bio) My daughter, Malala (TED2014)

Z[edit]

Speaker Talk(s)
Ray Zahab (bio) My trek to the South Pole (TED2009)
Paul Zak (bio) Trust, morality — and oxytocin? (TEDGlobal 2011)
Lauren Zalaznick (bio) The conscience of television (TEDWomen 2010)
Benjamin Zander (bio) The transformative power of classical music (TED2008)
Maysoon Zayid (bio) I got 99 problems... palsy is just one (TEDWomen 2013)
Eva Zeisel (bio) The playful search for beauty (TED2001)
Qi Zhang (bio) An electrifying organ performance (TEDxUSC 2009)
Gabe Zichermann (bio) How games make kids smarter (TEDxKids@Brussels 2011)
Philip Zimbardo (bio) The psychology of evil (TED2008)
The psychology of time (TED2009)
The demise of guys? (TED2011)
Jonathan Zittrain (bio) The Web as random acts of kindness (TEDGlobal 2009)
Ethan Zuckerman (bio) Listening to global voices (TEDGlobal 2010)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

References have been included for those talks which are not available from www.TED.com/talks.

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