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The “Gateways” include pictures derived from those drawn by migrant children held in detention.IN THE GALLERIES: A WIDE ARRAY OF MEDIA CARRY ELECTION-YEAR MESSAGESMARK JENKINSOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The students that created the film used a tool derived from GPT-3 called Shortly Read to write the screenplay.OPENAI’S GPT-3 WROTE THIS SHORT FILM—EVEN THE TWIST AT THE ENDVANESSA BATES RAMIREZOCTOBER 23, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
When the closures are complete, the two chains will derive 80% of revenue online and from stores outside malls.GAP AND BANANA REPUBLIC ARE LEAVING MALLS IN A BIG WAYPHIL WAHBAOCTOBER 22, 2020FORTUNE
One sticking point worrying some on the Street is the portion of revenues Tesla derives through the sale of emissions credits.TESLA SHARES POP AFTER A BIG EARNINGS BEAT—BUT ITS JUMP TO THE S&P 500 IS HARDLY A ‘SURE THING’ANNE SRADERSOCTOBER 22, 2020FORTUNE
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In the 1960s, researchers witnessed an alarming — and rising — number of chronic hepatitis cases in patients who had received multiple blood transfusions or other treatments derived from donated blood.SCIENTISTS WIN NOBEL PRIZE FOR DISCOVERING THE HEPATITIS C VIRUSJORDANA CEPELEWICZOCTOBER 5, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
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