Automation deskilling pilots

Technology in driving is becoming more dominant...
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Re: Automation deskilling pilots

Postby Horse » Sun Jan 17, 2016 11:56 am

http://www.motorsportmagazine.com/archi ... op-maxaret :)

IIRC, there's a TRRL ABS equipped motorcycle from 1957/8 in the Science Museum overflow collection at Wroughton.
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Re: Automation deskilling pilots

Postby ancient » Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:33 am

ChristianAB wrote:This question has already been thoroughly researched. Just read "the glass cage - where automation is taking us" by Nicholas Carr.

Yes, it's already happening and, unfortunately, the pace at which automation in car is deskilling drivers is actually accelerating. But I will stop here. I have said enough already on this topic in various other posts throughout this hub.

Arguably, automation isn't progressing fast enough (and it is progressing fast), to replace the deskilling of car drivers - since most have no interest in driving skills and choose to believe that the automation means they can do other 'stuff' instead (which it can't - yet).


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