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Dr. Cartner’s thoughts on the dilemma posed by the seafarer’s increasing reliance on automation

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4/23/2015
In this 8th program in the series, Dr. Cartner provides his thoughts on the creeping presence of automation at all levels of shipboard operation will lead to an over reliance on such technology and a lack of vigilance on the part of the seafarer. A blog on this subject from Dr. Cartner accompanies the video.
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