Over the past five years our researchers have published a series of short articles outlining our human factors and systems thinking research in The Conversation. These quick to read and easy to digest articles cover various topics ranging from transport safety, accident causation, automation, corruption in sport, land use planning and urban design, and sports performance analysis. You can find and read each article via the links below. Enjoy!
The ghost of Christmas yet to come: how an AI ‘SantaNet’ might end up destroying the world
Cities will endure, but urban design must adapt to coronavirus risks and fears
Nothing to fear? How humans (and other intelligent animals) might ruin the autonomous vehicle utopia
To protect us from the risks of advanced artificial intelligence, we need to act now
Rethinking the causes of road trauma: society’s problems must share the blame
What the robots of Star Wars tell us about automation, and the future of human work
Don’t just blame the driver – there’s more than one cause of fatal truck crashes
Why the ‘Miracle on the Hudson’ in the new movie Sully was no crash landing
The ‘fatal five’ causes of road trauma: who’s in control?
Unlocking the secrets of street ambience
More than one bad apple: a systems view on the Lance Armstrong doping saga
Accident prevention should look at the big picture of what went wrong
Jules Bianchi and sharing the responsibility for catastrophe
Money, money, money: is that what’s causing all that ails sport?
‘You cannot be serious!’ A look at this summer’s elite sports officials
Cities are complex systems – let’s start looking at them that way
Speed networking: how to win Euro 2016
Contested spaces: who belongs on the street where you live?