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BTTF USA Today actual prop

A byline for Compu-Fax appears on the main news story YOUTH JAILED - Martin McFly Jr. Arrested for Theft (enclosed in a boxout with thick red borders) on the front page of the October 22, 2015 issue of USA Today.

Compu-Fax was a program used by hovercams to write automated stories for USA Today in 2015.

A byline for Compu-Fax appeared on the main news story YOUTH JAILED - Martin McFly Jr. Arrested for Theft on the front page of the October 22, 2015 issue of USA Today.

Actuality

  • In real life, this technology already exists. It has actually been used since the 2000s, but is still being perfected due to lack of sufficient artificial intelligence.

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