And can be watched here.
And can be watched here.
Two great articles just came out covering TEDxTelAvivWomen speakers. HE in Saloona and EN in NoCamels.
Or watch this full set on Flickr. Big thanks for Miriam Lottner and Haim Ifrach for volunteering to take this great photos of the event.
Program of TEDx Talks by Israeli Women We are very happy to announce our local speakers. Here’s more info about the speakers and their full bio on TED.com
Thousands of women in more than 150 TEDx events around the world will take part in TEDWomen live simulcast from SF on Dec 5th. What is TEDWomen? In San Francisco for the first time, TEDWomen 2013 will channel the bootstrap spiritof Silicon Valley to celebrate invention in all its forms. Not just technology and things, [...]
The first TEDxTelAvivSalon, themed Incentivizing Innovation and Virtue, is impromptu and it’s just around the corner. It is a casual, by invitation, mini TEDx, hosted in a private residence by Guy Spier (TEDxZurich co-organizer) and Maya Elhalal (TEDxTelAviv co-organizer). Between larger scale open events, TEDxTelAviv Salons are designed to keep the TED conversation going, the [...]
Prof. Yair Tauman is a game-theorist, a mathematician, and a top notch Black Jack player. In this talk he show how game theory comes to play in personal and business decision making and shares some important tips on auction bidding.
Some of the best moments of TEDxTelAviv 2010, captured by our talented volunteer photographers.
Image manipulation has been around since the beginning of photography but as a timely process in the hands of an expert. Watch as Ariel Shamir demos simple tools for the rest of us.
How many of you out there are bug lovers? You may well become one by the end of the talk as Shimon Steinberg makes an enthusiastic case for using bugs as biological plant protection.
Laser beams killing mosquitos & used for crop protection, a tube in the ocean to suppress hurricanes, an idea for reversing global warming. Welcome to inventions at hacker Paul (Pablos) Holman’s lab. PS Stay watching to the end for an extra.
What happens when a Computer Science Professor, Shimon Schocken, takes a group of juvenile delinquents mountain biking once a week? A program for profound psychological and mental change.
In this funny, moving and engaging talk, Clinical Psychologist Hedy Schleifer shares her adventures in the art of listening, and how to cross the bridge between us. Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I will meet you there — Rumi
Itay Talgam is back with an entertaining talk on leadership and the art of rehearsal – the art of letting go.
Musician Asaf Avidan, accompanied by The Mojos’ cellist, Hadas Kleinman, weaves us in a blanket of song and story. Magical.
Inside all of us is a cell lineage tree – the history of how our body grows from a single cell (the fertilized egg) to 100 trillion cells. In this fascinating talk, Ehud Shapiro explains why uncovering this map holds the key to curing cancer, diabetes and more.
Where does stuff come from? Are we responsible for it? What do we do about it? Martin Rapaport makes a passionate case for how our choice as consumers offers a solution to end the exploitation.
How do idea spread? TED’s European Director, Bruno Guissani, shares some of the lessons of the TED organization.
Turn up the sound as Snowball Studio’s Dave Levy takes you into the virtual world of 3D animation.
As language is the cornerstone of culture, new media entrepreneur Oded Vardi candidly teaches us the meaning of common Hebrew phrases in English and the source of many cultural glitches.