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Anjan Sundaram spent a decade writing about 21st-century dictatorships, forgotten wars and discrimination around the world — from the Democratic Republic of Congo to Rwanda and India. He is the author of Breakup: A Marriage in Wartime (2023); Bad News: Last Journalists in a Dictatorship (Ingabire prize, PEN America prize finalist, Amazon Best Book of 2016); and Stringer: A Reporter's Journey in the Congo (Royal African Society Book of the Year in 2014, BBC Book of the Week). Now he is focusing his pen on a different conflict: the global fight against climate change. He writes for publications including the New York Times, the New York Review of Books and Granta magazine. He is a TED Fellow.

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April 18, 2024

From redefining the boundaries of artificial intelligence to unraveling the mysteries of the human genome, Session 8 of TED2024 inspired us to reimagine our relationship with technology and its impact on society. This session’s explorers offered profound insights into the intersection of technology and human experience — and envisioned a future where innovation fosters greater […]

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