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(Photo credit: Elizabeth Madin Lab) A new coral reef conservation tool has been developed by University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa researchers using cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

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The Measure charts the dawn of this new world through an unforgettable cast of characters whose decisions and fates interweave with one. . The first, a contemporary retelling of the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West, follows the “Monkey King.

Q: What age group is the book suitable for? A: Due to its mature themes and language, The Measure is suitable for adult readers. . . By Dwight Garner. Ultimately, The Measure is about the power of human resilience, a new world where people get to choose their own kind of freedom. Get instant access to all your favorite books.

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Martin Amis, whose caustic, erudite and bleakly comic novels redefined British fiction in the 1980s and ’90s with their sharp.

(Photo credit: Elizabeth Madin Lab) A new coral reef conservation tool has been developed by University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa researchers using cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

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