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No One’s Driving

What Really Caused the Supply Chain Mess Over PPE Last Year

Automation and complex distribution software created a nightmare scenario we’re still unpacking

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Welcome to No One’s Driving, a column by novelist and tech writer Tim Maughan about how to understand a world governed by systems and technologies that




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Tim Maughan

Tim Maughan

Writer. Debut novel INFINITE DETAIL out now on FSG. Bylines at BBC, Motherboard, New Scientist.

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