Pilots in no danger of losing jobs to computers... yet

09/25/2009 | Flight International

Talk about replacing flesh-and-blood pilots with chip-and-condenser computers is just that -- talk. Aviation experts warn that even the most savvy computer program is unable to deal with 30% of in-flight issues. There have been many occasions when technically troubled flights were saved by human valor, Dr. Kathy Abbott, the FAA's chief scientific and technical adviser, said at the Royal Aeronautical Society's International Flight Crew Training Conference in London.

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