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Artificial intelligence has become such a big part of our lives, you’d be forgiven for losing count of the algorithms you interact with.
No one is very clear about how PPP works, or no one can exactly tell you that it’s going to be forgiven or not forgiven.
Of course, after all this dominance, you’re forgiven if you’re all finished with feeling happy for Alabama.
You’re forgiven if you find the upcoming forecast perplexing.
In the wake of these grand scientific victories, one might forgive the odd scientist or two for feeling like all unpredictability might eventually be swept away as newer and ever more brilliant theories arrived.
Again, forgive me for interrupting you, but my time is limited.
If you popped in and out of the confirmation hearing this morning, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was a hearing about the ACA — not the confirmation of a Supreme Court justice.
THE BATTLE LINES ARE SET AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF THE AMY CONEY BARRETT HEARINGSAMELIA THOMSON-DEVEAUX (AMELIA.THOMSON-DEVEAUX@ABC.COM)OCTOBER 12, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Democrats privately predict voters will forgive Cunningham’s transgressions, arguing that the GOP’s mishandling of the pandemic is far more important.
After the series, Methodist forgave nearly $12 million in debts owed by thousands of patients.
Meanwhile, the forgiveness portion for businesses who received loans through the PPP is coming due, although many banks still want more clarity on the process, while advocacy groups have asked smaller loans be forgiven altogether.

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