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A close-up look at the mysterious plague sweeping through Caribbean reefs
BOCAS DEL TORO, Panama—Northeastern students are surveying a coral reef off the coast of Panama for signs of stony coral tissue loss disease, which threatens twenty species that comprise the heart of the Caribbean’s coral reefs.
Research and Discovery
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The Group of Seven leading economies is seeking to assemble an international panel to establish shared principles and regulations on artificial intelligence. But, citing concerns that the plan would be too restrictive, the U.S.—which takes over the presidency of the G7 this year—has maintained it wants no part in it. Northeastern associate professor Kay Mathiesen says that decision could come back to hurt U.S. residents.