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Posted March 29, 2013
This file photo shows an emplyee with a smatphone, at the Intel smartphones' research center in Toulouse, on March 2, 2012. Potentially world-changing passions of those working behind the scenes at the leading computer chip maker were spotlighted at Intel on Wednesday in the first TED event produced exclusively in a company with the employees being the stars.

This file photo shows an emplyee with a smatphone, at the Intel smartphones’ research center in Toulouse, on March 2, 2012. Potentially world-changing passions of those working behind the scenes at the leading computer chip maker were spotlighted at Intel on Wednesday in the first TED event produced exclusively in a company with the employees being the stars.

Her place was soon taken by colleague Eric Dishman, who brought the audience to its feet with a poignant tale weaving a transplant that saved his life with his vision to re-invent how health care is handled.

Potentially world-changing passions of those working behind the scenes at the leading computer chip maker were spotlighted at Intel on Wednesday in the first TED event produced exclusively in a company with the employees being the stars.

TED—originally known as Technology, Entertainment and Design—has built a global following for its online videos of inspiring talks devoted to “ideas worth spreading.”

Presentations, made available free online at ted.com and other venues, have traditionally come from the non-profit group’s annual conferences and at sanctioned satellite TED events.

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