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Whispers in the Chaos: Monitoring Weak Signals
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Jan 3, 2019 9:41 PM 2+ mon ago

J. Paul Reed looks at what the safety sciences have to say about humans operating complex socio-technical systems, including how resilience engineering can help, the role heuristics play in incident response, and more. All of these provide insight into ways to improve one the most advanced and effective monitoring tools available to keep those systems running: ourselves....

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