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Only 20 years later,仅仅20年后between 1920 and 1930,1920年至1930年间almost 200,000 people近 20万人were killed by cars in the ed States.在美国死于车祸Only in 1925, almost 7,000 children在 1925年,近7000名儿童were killed by cars in the ed States.在美国死于车祸So we could make different cities,所以我们可以创建不一样的城市cities that will give more priority to human beings创建那种适合人类生活than to cars, that will give more public space而不是汽车的城市,将更多的公共空间to human beings than to cars,给予人类而不是汽车的城市cities which show great respect那些对最容易受到伤害的公民for those most vulnerable citizens,比如孩子或者长者such as children or the elderly.给予极大尊重的城市I will propose to you a couple of ingredients我接下来的提案将包含几项which I think would make cities much better,我认为将使城市变得更好的措施and it would be very simple to implement them在新建城市中非常简单易行in the new cities which are only being created.非常简单易行Hundreds of kilometers of greenways数百公里的绿色街道criss-crossing cities in all directions.纵横交错于城市中Children will walk out of homes into safe spaces.儿童将可以走出家门,外面也同样安全They could go for dozens of kilometers safely他们可以安全地在数十公里without any risk in wonderful greenways,美好的绿色廊道sort of bicycle highways,类似自行车公路的地方自由活动and I would invite you to imagine the following:我想邀请你来想象一下以下画面:a city in which every other street would be一座城市,每条街道将a street only for pedestrians and bicycles.只是人行道和自行车道In new cities which are going to be built,在即将建造的新城市中this would not be particularly difficult.做到这点并不是特别困难When I was mayor of Bogot,当我担任波哥大市长的时候in only three years, we were able to create仅三年,我们就建造了70 kilometers,70公里in one of the most dense cities in the world,而且是在世界上,人口最稠密的城市之一of these bicycle highways.70公里的自行车公路And this changes the way people live,这改变了人们的生活move, enjoy the city.出行和享受城市的方式In this picture, you see in one of the very poor neighborhoods,在这张图片里,你可以看到,在一个非常贫穷的社区we have a luxury pedestrian bicycle street,我们有豪华的自行车行人专用道and the cars still in the mud.而汽车仍行驶在土地上Of course, I would love to pave this street for cars.当然,我很乐意铺好这条街的机动车道But what do we do first?但我们首先做的是什么呢?Ninety-nine percent of the people in those neighborhoods dont have cars.在这个街区,99%的人没有车But you see, when a city is only being created,但你看,一座城市只被创建时its very easy to incorporate很容易将this kind of infrastructure.这种基础设施纳入规划Then the city grows around it.然后城市的其他设施,在这附近建立起来And of course this is just a glimpse当然这是只是惊鸿一瞥of something which could be much better可以带来更好的生活if we just create it,我们只是创建它and it changes the way of life.它就改变了我们的生活方式And the second ingredient, which would solve mobility,第二要素将解决流动性的问题that very difficult challenge in developing countries,在发展中国家,这非常艰难的挑战in a very low-cost and simple way,一个成本非常低且简单易行的方法是would be to have hundreds of kilometers将数百公里的道路of streets only for buses,打造成专用道,巴士专用道buses and bicycles and pedestrians.公交车专用道、自行车专用道和人行道This would be, again, a very low-cost solution这将是一个成本十分低廉的解决方案if implemented from the start,如果从头开始实施low cost, pleasant transit成本低,带来令人愉快的转变with natural sunlight.享受自然阳光But unfortunately, reality is not as good但不幸的是,现实和我as my dreams.梦想的不一样Because of private property of land由于土地的私有权and high land prices,和高价格因素all developing country cities have a large problem of slums.所有发展中国家的城市,都有贫民窟这个难题In my country of Colombia, almost half the homes在我生活的国家哥伦比亚,城市中几乎一半的房屋in cities initially were illegal developments.是在城市修建之初的违建And of course its very difficult to have当然这就为使用mass transit or to use bicycles in such environments.公共交通或使用自行车,带来了诸多不便But even legal developments不过,即使是符合法律的发展have also been located in the wrong places,也发展在了错误的地方very far from the city centers像是离市中心很远的地方where its impossible to provide在那里是不可能提供low-cost, high-frequency public transport.低成本、高效率的公共交通的As a Latin American, and Latin America作为一个拉丁美洲国家was the most recently organized region in the world,拉丁美洲是世界上,近年来按秩序发展的区域I would recommend, respectfully, passionately,我恭敬地,充满地建议to those countries which are yet to urbanize --这些尚有待于城市化的国家 --Latin America went from 40 percent urban in 1950拉丁美洲去的城市化从 1950年的 40%to 80 percent urban in 2010增长到 2010年的 80%I would recommend Asian and African countries我建议亚洲国家和非洲国家which are yet to urbanize,那些仍未城市化的地方such as India which is only 33 percent urban now,比如印度,印度城市化目前只有 33%that governments should acquire all land around cities.当地政府应掌握城市周围的所有土地In this way, their cities could grow in the right places这样,这些城市才会合理发展with the right spaces, with the parks,建有公园with the greenways, with the busways.绿色街道,公交车道The cities we are going to build未来 50年over the next 50 years我们要建的城市will determine quality of life and even happiness将决定未来数十亿人民的for billions of people towards the future.生活质量,甚至幸福感What a fantastic opportunity for leaders这对许多领导人和年轻领袖and many young leaders to come,是绝好的机会especially in the developing countries.特别是对那些在发展中国家的来说They can create a much happier life他们可以为未来数十亿人民for billions towards the future.带来更加幸福快乐的生活I am sure, I am optimistic,我坚信这点,我很乐观that they will make cities better他们将使城市than our most ambitious dreams.比我们所期望的更好201504/369023This is a huge deal because as people in the movie business know the absolute hardest thing in the whole world is to persuade a straight male audience to identify with a woman protagonist to feel themselves embodied by her. This, more than any other factor, explains why we get the movies we get and the paucity of the roles where women drive the film. Its much easier for the female audience because we were all brought up grown up, identifying with male characters from Shakespeare to Salinger. We have less trouble following Hamlets dilemma viscerally or Romeos or Tybalt or Huck Finn or Peter Pan--I remember holding that sword up to Hook--I felt like him. But it is much much much harder for heterosexual boys to be able to identify with Juliet or Desdemona, or Windy in Peter Pan, or Joe in Little Women or the little Mermaid, Pocohontas. Why? I dont know, but it just is. There has always been a resistance to imaginatively assume a persona, if that persona is a she. But things are changing now and its in your generation that were seeing this. Men are adapting--about time--they are adapting consclously and also without realizing it for the better of the whole group. They are changing their deepest prejudices to accept and to regard as normal the things that their fathers would have found very very difficult and their grandfathers would have abhorred.这一点相当重要,电影行业的工作者肯定知道,世界上最难的事就是让正常性取向的男性观众在女性角色身上找到认同感,并认为他们在她的身上得到了体现。这个因素更能解释我们选择某部电影的原因,以及为什么在女性为主角的电影中角色会相对稀少。然而,这点对于女性观众来说更容易接受,因为我们从小到大接触到的,从莎士比亚到塞林格的作品中,几乎都是男性角色,因此理解哈姆雷特、罗密欧、迪波尔特、哈克·费恩或是彼得·潘内心的窘境对于我们而言并不是一件困难的事。我仍记得握住剑柄的感觉,我觉得我就是那里的男主人公。但对于异性恋的男孩们而言,要想他们与朱丽叶、黛斯迪蒙娜、《彼得·潘》中的温迪、《小妇人》中的乔、小美人鱼或是宝嘉康蒂产生共鸣,是非常非常困难的。原因我不清楚,但事实就是如此。一直以来,如果是女性角色的话,人们一般都不会去寻求认同感。而今,按你们这代人的看法,这种状况已有所改变。男人总是在不断适应,为了整个群体的利益,他们有意识地适应,甚至他们会在自己都意识不到的情况下改变自己。他们最深层的偏见也会随着社会的变化而不断地改变。同样的一件事,也许他们的父辈会觉得很难,祖辈甚至会厌恶。201403/279908I want to address the issue of compassion.我想探讨慈悲心这个话题Compassion has many faces.慈悲心有很多形态Some of them are fierce; some of them are wrathful;有些是激烈的;有些是忿怒的some of them are tender; some of them are wise.有些是温和的, 有些是智慧的A line that the Dalai Lama once said,达赖喇嘛曾说过he said, ;Love and compassion are necessities.他说:“爱与慈悲是必需品They are not luxuries.它们不是奢侈品Without them,没有它们humanity cannot survive.; 人性无法留存。”And I would suggest,我想说的是it is not only humanity that wont survive,不仅人性难以保全but it is all species on the planet,我们今天所知道的as weve heard today.地球上所有的物种都是It is the big cats,不论是大型猫科动物and its the plankton.还是浮游生物Two weeks ago, I was in Bangalore in India.两周前,我在印度的班加罗尔I was so privileged我很荣幸的to be able to teach in a hospice在班加罗尔的郊区on the outskirts of Bangalore.一个安养院教授临终关怀And early in the morning,每天很早I went into the ward.我就去病房In that hospice,在那家安养院there were 31 men and women有31个人who were actively dying.处在濒死状态And I walked up to the bedside我走到of an old woman一个老年妇女的床前who was breathing very rapidly, fragile,她的呼吸非常急促而微弱obviously in the latter phase很明显of active dying.她处于濒死的末期I looked into her face.我看着她的脸I looked into the face看着坐在她旁边of her son sitting next to her,她儿子的脸and his face was just riven他的脸with grief and confusion.溢满了悲伤和困惑And I remembered我记得a line from the Mahabharata,诃婆罗多the great Indian epic:伟大的印度史诗里有这么一段话:;What is the most wondrous thing in the world, Yudhisthira?;“尤帝士提尔,什么是这世上最美妙的事情?”And Yudhisthira replied,尤帝士提尔答道;The most wondrous thing in the world“世上最美妙的事情is that all around us就是我们所有人people can be dying都将死去and we dont realize而我们对此it can happen to us.;却一无所知。”I looked up.我仰起头Tending those 31 dying people照顾这31个濒死者的were young women是来自from villages around Bangalore.班加罗尔周边村子的年轻女性I looked into the face of one of these women,我看着她们的脸and I saw in her face在她们的脸上the strength that arises我看到when natural compassion is really present.慈悲显现时升起的力量I watched her hands我看着她的手as she bathed an old man.她在给一个老年男人沐浴My gaze went to another young woman我转头望向另一个年轻女子as she wiped the face她在擦拭of another dying person.另一位临死的人的脸And it reminded me这让我想起of something that I had just been present for.我刚刚演讲提到的那些内容Every year or so,差不多每一年I have the privilege of taking clinicians我由此荣幸身负使命into the Himalayas and the Tibetan Plateau.进入喜马拉雅地区和西藏高原And we run clinics我们在每一个遥远的区域in these very remote regions开设诊所where theres no medical care whatsoever.那里没有此类医疗护理201409/331347A couple of years ago when I was attending the TED Conference in Long Beach,I met Harriet. 几年前我参加在长滩TED会议的时候,我遇到了哈里特。Wed actually met online before not the way youre thinking.实际上我们以前在网上遇到过,不是像你们想的那样。We were actually introduced because we both knew Linda Avey,one of the founders of the first online personal genomic companies. 我们认识是因为我们都认识琳达埃维,首家私营基因公司创始人之一。And because we shared our genetic information with Linda,she could see that Harriet and I shared a very rare type of mitochondrial DNA Haplotype K1a1b1a-K1a1b1a which meant that we were distantly related.并且因为我们和琳达分享我们的基因信息,她知道哈里特和我都有一种很稀有的线粒体DNA-单模标本-这意味着我们是远亲。We actually share the same genealogy with Ozzie the iceman.实际上,我们都和冰人奥兹有亲缘关系。So Ozzie, Harriet and me.没错,奥兹,哈里特和我。And being the current day, of course, we started our own Facebook group.当然,如今我们有了自己的脸书网群组。Youre all welcome to join.欢迎你们加入。And when I met Harriet in person the next year at the TED Conference,shed gone online and ordered our own happy Haplotype T-shirts.当我在第二年TED会议遇见哈里特的时候,她在线订购了我们自己快乐的单模标本T恤衫。Now why am I telling you this story,and what does this have to do with the future of health? 为什么我要告诉你们这个故事,这和未来健康有什么关系呢?Well the way I met Harriet is actually an example of how leveraging cross-disciplinary,exponentially-growing technologies is affecting our future of health and wellness,from low-cost gene analysis to the ability to do powerful bio-informatics to the connection of the Internet and social networking.实际上,我遇见哈里特的经过是一个很好的例子关于怎样利用学科交叉,指数增长的技术来影响我们将来的健康和保健事业,从低成本的基因分析到做强大生物信息学的能力到互联网和社会网络间的联系。What Id like to talk about today is understanding these exponential technologies.我今天想谈的是理解这些指数增长的技术。We often think linearly.我们经常线性思考。But if you think about it, if you have a lily pad and it just divided every single day two, four, eight, 16-2,4,8,16,in 15 days you have 32,000.但是如果想像一下,如果你有一个睡莲叶子,它每天分裂一次,15天以后会有32000个叶子。What do you think you have in a month? Were at a billion.你认为1个月以后有多少?我们会有10亿。So if we start to think exponentially,we can see how this is starting to affect all the technologies around us. 如果我们开始指数思考,我们会看到这会怎样影响到我们周围的技术。And many of these technologies-speaking as a physician and innovator we can really start to leverage to impact the future of our own health and of health care,and to address many of the major challenges that we have in health care today,ranging from the really exponential costs to the aging population,the way we really dont use information very well today,the fragmentation of care and often the very difficult course of adoption of innovation. 许多技术-像一位物理学家和革新者所说的,我们能真正开始去利用它们,影响我们的未来健康和卫生保健,和谈论如今许多卫生保健面临的主要困难从巨额投入到高龄人群,我们没有真正很好地使用信息的现状,保健不均衡和常常面对困难棘手的经历,例如采用革新的历程。And one of the major things we can do weve talked a bit about here today is moving the curve to the left.今天我们谈到主要的事情之一是把曲线向左移。We spend most of our money on the last 20 percent of life.我们在生命的最后20%时间里花费了大部分的钱。What if we could spend and incentivize positions in the health care system and our own self to move the curve to the left and improve our health,leveraging technology as well?如果我们能够投资和激励岗位在健康保健系统和我们自身来向左移动这条曲线从而改善我们的健康,利用技术,会怎么样呢?Now my favorite technology, example of exponential technology,we all have in our pocket. 我最喜爱的技术,指数技术的例子,在我们所有人的口袋里。So if you think about it, these are really dramatically improving.因此如果你想一下,你会发现这些技术真的显著提高了。I mean this is the iPhone 4.我指的是iPhone 4.Imagine what the iPhone 8 will be able to do.想像iPhone 8将能做什么。Now, Ive gained some insight into this.现在,我有了一些见解。Ive been the track share for the medicine portion of a new institution called Singularity University based in Silicon Valley.我追踪观察新成立的奇点大学的医学院,它座落在硅谷。And we bring together every summer about 100 very talented students from around the world.每个夏天我们召集世界各地100名非常有天赋的学生。And we look at these exponential technologies from medicine, biotech,artificial intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology, space,and address how can we cross-train and leverage these to impact major unmet goals. 我们研究这些指数技术从医学,生物技术,人工智能,机器人技术,纳米技术,太空技术,来发现如何能多项培训并利用这些技术去影响重大未实现的目标。We also have seven-day executive programs.我们也有一个7天执行方案。And coming up next month is actually Future Med,a program to help cross-train and leverage technologies into medicine. 接下来几个月的方案是未来医学,一个帮助多项培训和把技术应用到医学的项目。Now I mentioned the phone.现在我来说电话。These mobile phones have over 20,000 different mobile apps available to the point where theres one out of the U.K.这些手机有超过20000个不同的应用程序,从这点上说,有一个与众不同,where you can pee on a little chip connected to your iPhone and check yourself for an STD.那就是你可以通过在你的iPhone相连的一小块芯片上小便来自查是否有性传染病。I dont know if Id try that yet, but thats available.我不知道我是否会这样做,但是它确实可用。There are all other sorts of applications,merging your phone and diagnostics, for example,measuring your blood glucose on your iPhone and sending that,potentially, to your physician so they can better understand and you can better understand your blood sugars as a diabetic. 还有很多种应用,把你的电话和诊断联系在一起,例如,用你的iPhone测量你的血糖并可能把数据发给你的医生,使得他们和你都能更好得了解,你作为一个糖尿病人的血糖。So lets see now how exponential technologies are taking health care.现在让我们看看指数技术怎样进行健康保健。Lets start with faster.让我们从速度开始。Well its no secret that computers, through Moores law,are speeding up faster and faster. 我们都知道,根据尔定律,计算机,运算速度越来越快。We have the ability to do more powerful things with them.因此我们能够做更强大的事情。Theyre really approaching, in many cases surpassing,the ability of the human mind.他们正在接近,在很多情况超越,人类思维的能力。But where I think computational speed is most applicable is in that of imaging.但是我认为计算速度最适用的地方是在于成像技术。The ability now to look inside the body in real time with very high resolution is really becoming incredible.这种技术能即时的观察身体内部用非常高的分辨率,真的很神奇。And were layering multiple technologies-PET scans, CT scans and molecular diagnostics to find and to seek things at different levels.我们正在综合多种技术--PET扫描,CT扫描和分子诊断来发现和寻找不同层面的东西。Here youre going to see the very highest resolution MRI scan done today,reconstructed of Marc Hodosh, the curator of TEDMED. 今天在这里你们将会看到非常高分辨率的MRI扫描,它是由TEDMED的主持者马克霍道什重建的。201504/369643

It felt as valid perhaps even as American culture.它甚至可以和美国文化相媲美。Then a friend of a friend of mine had a daughter who was a dwarf.我朋友的朋友有个女儿,是个小矮人。And when her daughter was born,当她女儿出生的时候,she suddenly found herself confronting questions that now began to seem quite resonant to me.她突然发现她要面对很多问题,这些问题使我产生共鸣。She was facing the question of what to do with this child.她当时面临的问题是--该如何对待这个孩子?Should she say, Youre just like everyone else but a little bit shorter?她应该说你和其他人一样,只是矮了点儿?Or should she try to construct some kind of dwarf identity,还是去试图建立某种小矮人身份认同,get involved in the Little People of America,加入美国小个子联盟,become aware of what was happening for dwarfs?开始了解矮人生活圈的那些事?And I suddenly thought,然后我突然想到,most deaf children are born to hearing parents.大多数耳聋孩子的父母都是听力健全的。Those hearing parents tend to try to cure them.那些听力健全的父母总是试图去治愈他们的孩子。Those deaf people discover community somehow in adolescence.那些聋人要差不多到青春期的时候才开始接触聋人群体。Most gay people are born to straight parents.大多数同性恋者的父母是异性恋。Those straight parents often want them to function in what they think of as the mainstream world,那些异性恋父母常常希望他们的孩子表现得,如他们认为的主流世界所期望的那样,and those gay people have to discover identity later on.那些同性恋者不得不长大后才寻找身份认同。And here was this friend of mine looking at these questions of identity with her dwarf daughter.再说说我的这个朋友面对这些关于她小矮人女儿身份认同的问题。And I thought, there it is again:然后我想,又是这样。A family that perceives itself to be normal with a child who seems to be extraordinary.一个认为自己正常的家庭有着一个特殊的孩子。And I hatched the idea that there are really two kinds of identity.我想,事实上身份认同分为两种类型。There are vertical identities,有垂直身份认同,which are passed down generationally from parent to child.从父母到孩子,代代相传。Those are things like ethnicity, frequently nationality, language, often religion.也有像是种族,国际,语言,宗教。Those are things you have in common with your parents and with your children.你和你的父母,孩子拥有共同点,And while some of them can be difficult,而有些身份较难识别,theres no attempt to cure them.但并不需要尝试去改变。You can argue that its harder in the ed States our current presidency notwithstanding to be a person of color.你可以争辩说,在美国,作为有色人种生存艰难,尽管我们现任的总统是有色人种。And yet, we have nobody who is trying to ensure that the next generation of children born to African-Americans and Asians come out with creamy skin and yellow hair.确实,没人试图去保非洲裔美国人,亚洲裔的孩子们生来就有着奶油色的皮肤和金黄的头发。201603/430226

I received letters from everyone connected to this university—not just students, but they came from parents, and grandparents, and cousins, and uncles, and neighbors,and friends, all of them telling me about hoe hard you all worked and how important this day is for you and for the entire Merced community.我收到了所有与这个大学相关的人的来信——不只是学生,还有他们的父母、祖父母、堂表兄、姑舅叔姨以及他们的邻居和朋友,所有的人告诉我,你们是多么地努力,而这一天对于你们和整个塞德分校有多么重要。And then theres that beautiful , the ;we believe; . Well lat me tell you, it worked, because Im here!我还收到了一段精的视频,名为“我们相信”。那么让我告诉你们,这一切真的很奏效,因为我最终来到了这里。And I want to thank in particular Sam Fong and Yaasha and all of the students who launched the ;Dear Michelle; campaign. I am honored by your efforts and happy to be with you to celebrate this important milestone.我要特别感谢萨姆·放和亚莎·萨巴以及所有发起“亲爱的米歇尔”活动的学生们。你们的努力让我感受到了极大的荣耀,我很高兴和你们一起庆祝这一重要时刻。But I understand that this type of community-based letter writing campaign isnt unique to me. This community, this Merced community, employed the same strategy to help get the university of California to build the new campus here in Merced. Every school kid in the entire county, I understand, sent a postcard to the UC Board of Regents in order to convince then to select Merced, and I just love the fact that some of the graduates sitting in this audience today participating were involved in that campaign, as well, and then they used the same strategy to get me here. That is amazing. And what it demonstrates is the power of many voices coming together to make something wonderful happen. And Im telling you, next years graduation speaker better watch out,because Merced students know how to get what they want.但是我明白,这种基于社区而写信的活动并不仅仅针对我。这个社区,赛德社区用同样的方式使得加利福利亚大学在赛德成立了新的分校。这个县城里的每一个学生都给加利福利亚大学董事会寄了一张明信片,以说他们在这里成立分校。我很高兴因为事实上,今天在座的一些毕业生当时也参与了那次活动,而他们用同样的方式说我来到了这里。这真是太奇妙了。这说明一点,万众齐心必然能够创造奇迹。而且我也想说明下一年的毕业演讲人,你可要当心了。赛德分校的学生可知道如何实现他们的愿望。 /201302/226642

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