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Chefs and truck drivers beware: AI is coming for your jobs

Robots aren’t replacing everyone, but a quarter of U.S. jobs will be severely disrupted as artificial intelligence accelerates the automation of existing work, according to a new Brookings Institution report. The report, published Thursday, says roughly 36 million Americans hold jobs with “high exposure” to automation — meaning at least 70 percent of their tasks […]

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Trucks banned from EDSA, NLEX, SCTex during ASEAN summit

Authorities have declared a “no sail zone” in Manila Bay starting on Sunday and banned all trucks from Edsa and two expressways north of Manila from Nov. 12 as security preparations for next week’s Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) Summit shifted into high gear. In an advisory issued on Saturday, the Philippine Coast Guard […]

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Transportify aims to make life easier for SMEs

As an online marketplace for delivery and logistics, Transportify is easily likened to other transport services such as Uber and Grab. “Oh, you’re Uber for deliveries—that was the easiest way [for some people] to explain what we do,” says Noel Abelardo, Transportify Philippines head for sales and marketing. “But we’re so much more than that. […]

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Man killed in 18-vehicle pileup in Pasig

A motorcycle rider died while two other people were hospitalized after a driver lost control of his 10-wheel truck which hit a sport utility vehicle, triggering a chain reaction that led to an 18-vehicle pileup. The crash happened at 10:25 a.m. Tuesday on the northbound lane of the C-5 Ortigas flyover in Barangay Ugong, Pasig […]

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Light truck ban on Edsa, shaw extended to Sept. 15

Traffic congestion along Edsa —INQUIRER PHOTO/RICHARD A. REYES

The light truck ban on Edsa and Shaw Boulevard has been extended until Sept. 15, based on the regulation issued by the Metro Manila Council (MMC), the policy-making body of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). The regulation prohibits trucks with a gross capacity weight of 4,500 kilograms and below from plying Edsa and Shaw […]

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6 dead, 20 injured in Taytay truck crash

Six people died, including an infant and her mother, while at least 20 others were injured after a trailer truck went wayward and crashed into a row of shops and parked tricycles in Taytay, Rizal province, on Saturday morning. The Taytay police said the 10-wheeler truck (TBP 967) was on Cabrera Road going to Tikling […]

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Trucks rented to transfer petabytes of data

If you think 10 terabytes of storage capacity in a home PC is a lot, you’d be surprised to learn that some companies produce 100 terabytes-worth of data per day. With so much data to move around, the internet just isn’t going to cut it. For situations like these, companies like DigitalGlobe make use of […]

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Trump’s truck driver moment

Trump at the wheel of a big rig? Yes, it happened — at the White House. US President Donald Trump was rallying votes for his health care reform bill Thursday but made a pit stop in the afternoon to meet with truck drivers and trucking executives. During that meeting, he spent a few minutes happily […]

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Truck firm that caused 15-hour traffic jam faces sanctions

TheMetropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will seek the suspension of the franchise of an 18-wheel trailer truck that fell on its side and snarled traffic flow for about 15 hours on Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City on Thursday. MMDA officer in charge and general manager Tim Orbos said the agency was also set to file legal […]

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Driver electrocuted in Quirino

TUGUEGARAO CITY—A heavy equipment driver died after being electrocuted by dangling power lines damaged by supertyphoon “Lawin” in Diffun, Quirino on Monday morning. Rodolfo Sumulat was delivering ready-mix concrete to an ongoing road concreting project in Barangay (village) Villa Pascua when he reportedly climbed atop his truck and tried to tie up a low-lying power […]

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Feb 20, 2019

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Feb 20, 2019

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Feb 13, 2019

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