An amazing Swedish professor Doctor Hans Rosling gives his talk on how his statistics with UN and other NGO information can be linked to creative data technology to bring to the masses online to find quick easy data in better ways.
If you can get past his accent (older generation Swedish accent) his information and solutions to make a maze of data more simple to find and understand.
The links between poverty, mortality rates on a graph of year and life expectancy is genious unto itself.
See for yourself.
TED (short for Technology, Entertainment, Design) is a U.S private non-profit foundation that is best known for its conferences, now held in Europe and Asia as well as the U.S., devoted to what it calls "ideas worth spreading." Its lectures or TED Talks, widely disseminated on the Internet are subject to an eighteen-minute time limit.