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The Challenge of Visualizing

The Challenge of Visualizing the Artificial Intelligence

In his work with IBM Watson system, Mauro Martino is exploring the brand new landscape made accessible by the enormous amount of data and tools that are capable of analyzing it. This terra incognita is full with unexpected discoveries and...

/ June 17, 2016
Responsible parenting: Create memories, not expectations
Op. 2 | Stanislav Yudin & Asnate Rancane

Op. 2

An improvisation based on daina (a Latvian folk song) “the evening dusk”. Vocal by Asnate Rancāne, bass by Stanislav Yudin, who is also the author of this improvisation. Stanislav is inspired by ethno music, Asnate — by improvisation. This is...

TEDxRiga 2016 concept revealed

TEDxRiga 2016: Dare to be

TEDxRiga 2016 concept was revealed last night at the Story Hunt Finale at Stockholm School of Economics in Riga. Learn more about the concept.

/ April 8, 2016
Story Hunt

The Story Hunt 2016 is on!

TEDxRiga Story Hunt 2016 is in full effect! We are looking for ideas worth spreading, ideas that have a potential to make the world better. We are giving YOU a chance to speak from the main stage at TEDxRiga 2016....

/ March 1, 2016
When rebelling is justified

When rebelling is justified

Do you participate and take action when the city needs you? Dāvis Kaņepe tells his story about the importance of “unlocking” the doors that get closed in front of you. Dāvis Kaņepe is a well-known culture activist and film director,...

/ June 11, 2015
Mārtiņš Zaumanis

How green asphalt roads will save you tax money

Mārtiņš Zaumanis is an asphalt researcher – member of a rare breed of professionals that rarely anyone has heard of. In his talk, Mārtiņš speaks about his belief: that asphalt can be fully recyclable and produced in environmentally friendlier way....

/ June 11, 2015
Aha! Now I Get How Everybody Lives

Aha! Now I Get How Everybody Lives

Imagine the world as a street ordered by income. Everyone lives somewhere on the street. The poorest lives to the left and the richest to the right. Everybody else lives somewhere in between. Anna Rosling-Rönnlund tries to figure out how...

/ June 11, 2015

Nature-inspired architecture

With the budget 10 times smaller than average — how do you make a country’s World Expo pavilion rank amongst the Top 10? How do you make Shaolin monks fly? And how do you architect a sacred place for Latvians?...

/ June 11, 2015