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Crows eyeing out-of-contract Lion, North delist 12th player

With Ben Brown and Shaun Higgins traded from Arden Street, 14 players from North’s 2020 list are gone, although Jamie Macmillan remains at the club in an off-field role. The AFL also confirmed on Wednesday morning that clubs would be able to move two delisted players straight from their senior …

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Scott Morrison says the Australian War Memorial council will oversee any move to acknowledge alleged war crimes

Mr Morrison said there had to be a presumption of innocence for the soldiers accused of war crimes, and pointed out there was not yet any specific proposal from the war memorial. “The war memorial board, which has oversight over this … there’s a lot of people with a lot …

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Meet GPT-3. It has learned to code (and blog, and argue).

Later, when Wrigley posted the paragraph on Twitter, somebody looped in the real Scott Barry Kaufman. He was stunned. “It definitely sounds like something I would say,” the real Kaufman tweeted, later adding, “Crazy accurate AI.” In the weeks since its arrival, GPT-3 has spawned dozens of other experiments that …

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Twitter to revamp its blue-tick verification process

“Since then, we haven’t been clear about who can become verified and when, why an account might be unverified, or what it means to be verified,” Twitter said in the blog post. The company laid out more detailed criteria for the “core types” of notable, active accounts it will verify, …

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Geelong’s balancing act with plan to play youngsters in 2021

He said the Cats – who lost 21-year-old Lachie Fogarty to Carlton as he sought more opportunity – understood the challenge they would face at selection in 2021. “The real challenge is how do we provide opportunities for our young players next year,” Cook told SEN. “We need a different …

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Berejiklian admits to breaking COVID-19 test guidelines

Ms Berejiklian earlier on Tuesday stressed the test was precautionary and not required under NSW Health guidelines. But the Premier admitted she did not go into self-isolation while awaiting her result, a breach of the health advice which she has been urging people to follow throughout the pandemic. “I took …

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Council to sell off surplus Wynnum Road, Kingsford Smith Drive land

The total value of the land is redacted in council documents as commercial-in-confidence. Loading Acting lord mayor Krista Adams told the council chambers on Tuesday the land would all be sold as it was surplus to the council’s need. Greens councillor Jonathan Sri, in whose ward part of the Wynnum …

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The phone call from Michael Lynagh that saw the Reds sign his son, Tom

“We were pretty keen to move on it,” Cordingley said. “You need as many good No.10s in your program as possible. “We had done some background on him and knew he was a fair player. The [highlights] package that was there was just a part of the [due] diligence we …

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Queensland eyes recycling boost for state government projects

The company plans to use its recycled glass as a replacement to sandstone and benchtops where workers risk silicosis caused by inhalation of silica dust. Queensland recycling businessman Jim McKnoulty and his firm Enviro Sand have been nominated for a Brisbane City Council business award.  Mr McKnoulty wants the Queensland …

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