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Modern technology is being increasingly used on-board ships. It is a common opinion that its application has reduced seafarers' workload and improved safety of ships. However, human error induced by technology contributes significantly to risk in shipping. This paper analyses human and machine interaction and demonstrates which elements violate these connections. It is for this purpose that the survey has been conducted via an anonymous questionnaire among professional seafarers. The resultsdoi:10.7225/toms.v07.n01.005 fatcat:kunfxezwgncepg73hhzutxpaaa