Update: Archives of the webcast are available in Spanish, Arabic and English free online until Tuesday, Nov. 17, at tedyouth.com »
Get ready for the fifth annual TEDYouth, happening Saturday, Nov. 14. Hundreds of middle and high school students from all around New York City — and you too! — can watch a day of brilliant ideas, inspiration and conversation.
TEDYouth 2015 features 27 live speakers and performances, plus hands-on activities and workshops in fields from science and technology, to exploration and art.
The three sessions of the speaker program will be webcast live for free between 11am and 6pm EST, available in English, Arabic, and Spanish. If you want to re-watch online later, the archives of the webcast will remain public for streaming until Tuesday, Nov. 17, at tedyouth.com.
In the meantime, check out the awesome lineup of speakers. They’ll explore the theme of “Made in the Future,” addressing questions such as:
How will artificial intelligence both limit and expand our options?
What will matter in the future?
As resources diminish, what new materials will we harness or create?
Which types of careers will emerge or cease to exist?
Speakers will seek to answer these questions from a number of different perspectives — scientific, cultural, technological, educational, artistic, entrepreneurial, environmental and more.
Tune in this Saturday at 11am ET! tedyouth.com >>