Is your system design keeping humans ‘in-the-loop’?

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I was recently watching the historic launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket when I noticed something really interesting. While the astronauts were going through their pre-launch checklists and callouts, I heard this phrase — “We now have situation awareness.” Before that, I was just waiting for the final countdown to start but, hearing the term ‘situation awareness’ being called out made me sit up and…

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