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Cardus Social Cities Program Director Milton Friesen and Srikanth Mudigonda, a professor at St. Louis University, write on the SAGE Ocean blog that "While computers and instantaneous communications seem to have increased the complications of our daily lives, in the hands of researchers, these tools can move us toward a form of simplicity that furthers understanding of complex dynamics."
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