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The potential mental health effects of remote control in an autonomous maritime world
Many maritime activities, such as loading, unloading and transporting cargoes, consist primarily of long periods of low-stress, with some moments of high stress during complex manoeuvres or unanticipated, dangerous, incidences. The increase in autonomy provided by machines and AI is beginning to take over certain tasks in the maritime sector, to reduce costs and mitigate human error. However, with the current levels of autonomous technology available, legislation, and public trust in thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.5101617 fatcat:yca5qculibfnjny5i5j6wfi7ry