NPR's TED Radio Hour: Fixing Our Broken Systems
We depend on rules, guidelines and laws to provide structure, order and function, but too often these systems fail us. These TED speakers propose how to fix our broken systems, by looking to trust and practical wisdom as ways to mend education, medicine and the law. Plus, how games might be our best resources to solve real-world problems.
- Philip K. Howard: Attorney and founder of Common Good. Author of "Life Without Lawyers."
- Jane McGonigal: Game designer and director of games and research & development at Institute for the Future
- Barry Schwartz: Professor of Psychology at Swarthmore College. Author of "The Paradox of Choice."
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