What is TED?
TED is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to a single mission: spreading ideas. Initially beginning as a conference revolving around Technology, Entertainment, and Design (TED), it has since branched out into a wider range of disciplines and topics.
Today, TED continues to organize conferences that share Ideas Worth Spreading in over a hundred languages around the world.
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What is TEDx?
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group.
These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized (subject to certain rules and regulations).
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TEDxADMU through the years
TEDxADMU 2013: IgNation
The key point is Nation-building—ideas from different schools of thought that seek to develop the Philippines as a nation, tapping into potential that can take the world by surprise. Look into the lives and experiences of some of the country’s “nation-builders”—people who have been able to capitalize on opportunities to create innovative notions and inspiring deeds for the Philippines as a nation.
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TEDxADMU 2014: Project i
A movement initiated by the youth geared towards mobilizing their own generation-- that of the change-makers and the future. Are we simply the so-called “selfie” generation, or is there more to us than that? The self, even as a work in progress, has the power to engage minds and create meaningful change in the community. The “I” will be revealed as both a projection of the self to the world, and as a project that is challenged to take a journey of self-introspection in order to grow.
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TEDxADMU 2015: Why Coordinate
Despite societies that are ever-changing and ideas that are constantly evolving, there always remains an underlying interconnectedness that requires one to see the world in a similar way. While each independent individual, represented by an X, has his own passions and principles, it is essential that we also understand the WHY behind every belief and action. In the third annual TEDxADMU, as speakers present concepts from different fields, we hope that you are able to find a connection between these ideas and discover the importance of coordination.
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TEDxADMU 2016: Unspoken
For as long as we can remember, we have been a part of society: a society we interact with and traverse each and every day. A society that is deviant and diverse from the next, a society where certain issues are left unexamined and unquestioned. The time has come for humanity’s existence, beliefs and norms -- amidst the issues in society -- to be challenged. In the fourth annual TEDxADMU, we invite everyone to delve into a deeper sense of humanity and challenge the stigmas associated with it through our discussions about The Questions We Have to Ask.
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TEDxADMU 2017: Viewpoints
Individuals inherently create interpretations, and from interpretations stem unique perspectives. In a world filled with individuals of vastly different cultures and beliefs, contrasting views on certain things are inevitable. Individuals see things from where they stand, but this perspective then limits one’s field of vision — blurring the lines between what we see and what is. To this, a solution lies: to broaden one’s horizons and see things through different Viewpoints.
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