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Reshape: The speakers in session 3 of TED2014

Posted by: Tedstaff

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Our world is constantly changing, and it is bold ideas that push this forward. Our speakers in this session are all big thinkers who are working to reshape the ways we see, think about, and interact with the world, from the mind behind some of your favorite fonts to an urban planner transforming New York City’s landscape.

Here are the speakers who appeared in this session. Click below to read a full recap of each speaker’s talk:

As a type designer, Matthew Carter has watched our words move from the physical to the digital. You may recognize his work — he’s designed the fonts Verdana, Georgia, and Tahoma. Read more.

Bob Greenberg returned to the TED stage to talk about the evolution of motion graphics. Read more.

While New York City’s chief urban planner, Amanda Burden revitalized the Brooklyn waterfront, and was a champion for The High Line — an abandoned elevated railway line turned park. Read more.

David Kwong writes the New York Times crossword puzzles that stump you as you sip your morning coffee. Read more.

Climate scientist Gavin Schmidt analyzes data to model the potential future of climate change. Read more.

One of the lead sustainability activists in China, Peggy Liu is a key player in the race for green growth worldwide. Read more.

Michel Laberge has created a machine that will blow your mind.