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- Man Watches Bot Take His Job
"Bots took man's job" is a phrase we will hear more and more often as heavy machinery
can do things that humans simply cannot do. This applies to the field of marketing as well. Bots are taking jobs from humans. How?
Forbes. Monday, 11 Jan 2021.
- Heavy-duty diggers continue to transform 27-acre field in Kent into 2,000-space Brexit lorry park
Work to convert a 27-acre field in Sevington, Kent, into a lorry park for nearly 2,000 vehicles dubbed 'Farage's garage,' is well underway. Heavy machinery continues to dig up the land near the M20.
Daily Mail. Friday, 6 Nov 2020.
- Landslides kill at least 15 after Vietnam struck by 'worst typhoon in decades'
Soldiers and heavy machinery
are being used to search for survivors in Vietnam after landslides triggered by Typhoon Molave killed at least 15 people.
Sky News. Thursday, 29 Oct 2020.
- Caterpillar Testing the 2018 All-Time High
The heavy equipment
manufacturer could break out, despite its reputation as an early cyclical play.
Yahoo. Sunday, 18 Oct 2020.
- Heavy machinery crushes woman to death on beach
A woman who appeared to be in her late 40s to early 50s lying on a beach in California was crushed to death by a tractor around 10 a.m. Monday, according to reports.
Fox News. Tuesday, 29 Sep 2020.
- Pakistani rescuers pull 8 more bodies from collapsed mine
PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) - Rescue crews using heavy machinery
pulled eight more bodies on Tuesday from a collapsed marble mine in northwestern Pakistan, raising the death toll from the incident to 16, officials said. ...
Washington Times. Tuesday, 8 Sep 2020.
- Woodstock man, 33, dies after arm gets stuck in Volo excavation company machinery
A 33-year-old Woodstock man died Friday afternoon after his arm got stuck in heavy machinery
ABC News. Saturday, 8 Aug 2020.
- One-Ton Boulder Returned to Arizona National Forest Following Brazen Theft
The thief (or thieves) likely used heavy machinery
to commit the crime
Smithsonian. Friday, 1 Nov 2019.
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