New attitudes, data and technologies are combining to disrupt risk itself. From the need for human-centred maritime automation to a broadened definition beyond statistical risk that encompasses social, cultural and emotional context, how we balance risk and innovation is entering new territory. With the regulators shipping looks to already threatened with their own ‘bureaucratic singularity’, transparency and prediction will be maritime’s new watch-words, and this issue tells you why.
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