Every year, TED names three new recipients for the TED Prize. These are the winners' acceptance talks, where they reveal their wish to change the world.
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From 2005, Bono shares a call to action on Africa; photographer Edward Burtynsky shows jaw-dropping photos of industrial landscapes and asks for help teaching the next generation to be green; and medical inventor Robert Fischell wishes for design help for next-generation health tools.
From 2006, architect Cameron Sinclair sets out a plan for sharing open-source design for humanity; filmmaker Jehane Noujaim wishes to tap the power of film to strengthen tolerance and compassion while uniting millions of people to build a better future; and Dr. Larry Brilliant asks for the TED community's help in building a global early-warning system to find and contain new pandemics.
From 2007, Bill Clinton talks about how we can help build a health care system in Rwanda; James Nachtwey shows searing photographs of war and conflict; and E.O. Wilson shares his vision for the Encyclopedia of Life.
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