TedIndia, Nov 6, Day 3

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There was no live stream for Day 3 at TEDIndia. I took the major tweets from the #TEDIndia feed and tried to capture what speakers said. This of course does not substitute the live videos TED will post in the future but it definitely makes me look forward to those videos! Thanks to all the people tweeting on Day 2 of the TEDIndia Conference. This isn't a perfect capture and I am still working on making these slides more visually appealing. You can check out my blog at healthview.posterous.com if interesed in the write-up of some of the other TEDIndia sessions.

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TedIndia, Nov 6, Day 3

  1. 1. Session 4: Reinventing Development<br /><ul><li>Science of making choices
  2. 2. “We all have ways of understanding problems. But the mental problem doesn’t match reality”
  3. 3. The last mile problem is actually a last mile opportunity – to tackle use marketing/art/science/psychology/
  4. 4. My fav quote: “We tend to think the problem is solved when we solve the technology. But the human problem remains.”</li></ul>SendhilMullainathan – Behavioral Economist<br />
  5. 5. Session 4: Reinventing Development<br /><ul><li>“I wrote my obituary one day and there was nothing for me to write. So, I quit corporate life. Worked for a NGO.”
  6. 6. “All parents want their kids to lead a better life. All they need to do it is to believe that change is possible”
  7. 7. Idea that parents in slums put children to work is due to lack of opportunity
  8. 8. Crazy stat: 98% of fathers of slum children are alcoholics
  9. 9. It is not the infrastructure of the school that is important but the content within the school that matters
  10. 10. I Began Parikrama schools with the arrogance of transforming the world but I am the one who has been transformed! – Bose
  11. 11. Quality creates its own demand – scale will come</li></ul>Shukla Bose – Education Activist<br />
  12. 12. Session 4: Reinventing Development<br />“Transcend our differences to celebrate diversity to leverage humanity”<br />Dr. Asher Hasan– TED Fellow<br />
  13. 13. Session 4: Reinventing Development<br /><ul><li>Mather has developed ambulance access for all of India
  14. 14. Uses “cross-subsidy” where the rich pay more, the poor pay less and where accident victims pay nothing for ambulances
  15. 15. Mather is transferring this service to Pakistan with aid from Acumen Fund
  16. 16. Piloted for-profit anti-bribery service and wants to scale it up</li></ul>Shaffi Mather -<br />Social Entrepreneur, Lawyer<br />
  17. 17. Session 4: Reinventing Development<br /><ul><li>Violence against women
  18. 18. Created Ring the Bell campaign to fight domestic violence</li></ul>MallikaDutt-<br />Audience Speaker<br />
  19. 19. Session 4: Reinventing Development<br /><ul><li>“Minds on the margins are not marginal minds. We have to develop technology based on the knowledge of the poor”
  20. 20. “Scalability must not become the enemy of sustainability”
  21. 21. Innovations from the BOP: mobile flour grinder,, Teflon free non-stick pan
  22. 22. “Freedom is to look in the mirror and learn”
  23. 23. Grassroots to Global: Honey Bee Network to share ideas: http://www.sristi.org/cms/en/our_network</li></ul>Anil Gupta - <br />Innovation Advocate<br />
  24. 24. Session 5: Redesigning Community<br /><ul><li>“Systems have systematically pounded design out of us”
  25. 25. “Risk-averse behavior is very risky”
  26. 26. “Insights leading to reframing point of view to then prototyping”
  27. 27. “We don’t need norm-changing paradigms, but we need rapid diffusion for rapid transformation”
  28. 28. “We are 40% over the planet’s carrying capacity”
  29. 29. Design thinking for effective social change</li></ul>BannyBanerjee- <br />Design Educator<br />
  30. 30. Session 5: Redesigning Community<br /><ul><li>Democratization of media will lead to economic development and political change – Stewart</li></ul>Margaret Stewart - <br />Audience Speaker<br />
  31. 31. Session 5: Redesigning Community<br /><ul><li>“65% of buildings in the world are houses”
  32. 32. Wares designed a weekend home for a client that is used as a community center during the week</li></ul>Shamsul Wares- <br />Architect and Teacher<br />
  33. 33. Session 5: Redesigning Community<br />If you’re not standing on the edge, you’re occupying too much space!<br />LaskhmiPratury - <br />TEDIndia Co-Host<br />
  34. 34. Session 5: Redesigning Community<br /><ul><li>Men are also affected by the choices and rules that discriminate against women</li></ul>KavitaRamdas - <br />Philanthropist from Global Fund for Women<br />
  35. 35. Session 5: Redesigning Community<br />http://thefuntheory.com/<br />Check out the Piano Staircase video<br />
  36. 36. Session 5: Redesigning Community<br /><ul><li>Human trafficking, third largest organized crime
  37. 37. “We as a civil society victimize victims – stigmatize victims of rape and sexual slavery”
  38. 38. “Break the culture of silence – talk about these stories in your limited world”
  39. 39. “The fundamental of our work is a belief in the human potential to bounce back, to recover”
  40. 40. The most important way to help someone heal besides psychological and economic rehab is through believing in them</li></ul>Sunitha Krishnan- <br />Anti-trafficking crusader<br />
  41. 41. Session 6: Green and Blue<br /><ul><li>“I found out: they’re following the rain! When India has rain, dragonflies are there”
  42. 42. “Dragonfly migrations are getting earlier – an indication that the climate is getting warmer”</li></ul>Charles Anderson<br />Marine Biologist<br />
  43. 43. Session 6: Green and Blue<br /><ul><li>Fascination over the middle finger and the symbol it represents
  44. 44. “Middle finger is a Buddhist symbol. Budhha is trying to tell you to ‘be one’. The is the meaning of it!”
  45. 45. Chemicals have turned our bodies toxic
  46. 46. “Cosmetics are worse when it comes to toxins. Use lipsticks with organically made products, also makes it nutritious!”</li></ul>Horst Rechelbacher<br />Eco-chic entrepreneur – Aveda Founder<br />
  47. 47. Session 6: Green and Blue<br /><ul><li>“It’s okay to take things less serious, even if it is for a serious cause. You can still achieve your goal.”
  48. 48. “If you use social media, you have to be okay with losing control.”</li></ul>Alexis Ohanian<br />Reddit Founder<br />
  49. 49. Session 6: Green and Blue<br /><ul><li>“Over 75 million sharks are killed every year. 100% of the world’s fisheries will be extinct by 2050.”
  50. 50. Looking forward to his film Oceans – expected release date 2010</li></ul>Jake Eberts, Creator of film “Oceans” (2010)<br />Film Producer<br />
  51. 51. Session 7: Power of Stories<br /><ul><li>How do you captivate the past and export it to people?
  52. 52. “We don’t enter the future, we create it. And we create what we imagine”
  53. 53. Created a system called E3iT (Engage, Entertain, Educate, Immerse Technology) – the E3iT system brings to life and presents information regarding historical buildings</li></ul>RamachandraBudihal<br />Techno-heritage imagineer<br />
  54. 54. Session 7: Power of Stories<br /><ul><li>“You can use media and films for social change and to highlight a cause”
  55. 55. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LniH0ZApCiI– great commercial by Canal +
  56. 56. Deol mentions how people get death certificates to avoid the police
  57. 57. Deol mentions that he is starting his own production house to pursue his dreams of films for social change</li></ul>AbhayDeol<br />Bollywood Actor<br />
  58. 58. Session 7: Power of Stories<br /><ul><li>Intersection of art, myth and activism
  59. 59. “We prepare too much, knowledge gets in the way of wisdom.”
  60. 60. “To tell great stories, you must get out of your mind – by putting yourself into an unplanned moment, a panic”
  61. 61. “Panic is the great axis of creativity, because it’s the only way to get rid of your mind”
  62. 62. “We are the stories we tell ourselves – stories that define the potential of our existence”
  63. 63. “When you read a script, you must find your own truth in it. This truth might even contradict the plot.”
  64. 64. “The night and day are a contradiction, but the blue in the first morning hours is its harmony. ..Harmony is not a resolution. Harmony is a suggestion of something much larger than resolution.”</li></ul>ShekharKapur<br />Director and Writer<br />
  65. 65. Session 7: Power of Stories<br /><ul><li>“Photographs can tell better stories than sensational documentaries”
  66. 66. The individual is the instrument in storytelling, not the camera, the TV network…
  67. 67. “Look for excellence, rather than the results of it, and success will arrive on its own”</li></ul>Ryan Lobo<br />Photographer<br />
  68. 68. Session 7: Power of Stories<br />Excellent Tweet comment<br />“areebahanif: Stories being told through film, stills and movement - This is #TEDIndia symbolic of the real India: Land of stories and heroes”<br />
  69. 69. 2 fun green videos shared at TEDIndia:<br />Plug Out Boy: http://vimeo.com/3443886<br />Granny Wrap: http://vimeo.com/4553886<br />

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