Dr. Luiza Shahbazyan, Product Manager CAT, Safebridge Cyprus, says that living in the smart shipping era, it is likely to see a change in the working environment, requiring from seafarers a different kind of skills which could be able to augment artificial intelligence, and focusing more on non-technical skills, known as ‘soft skills’.
Dr. Luiza Shahbazyan holds a master’s degree in Cognitive science and a doctor’s degree in Psychology. She has extensive experience in project management and has been involved in a number of European and global research projects before joining Safebridge Cyprus, in 2016. Currently, she is leading the development of the Competence Assessment Tool (CAT) product line, applying her expertise to develop evidence-based, easy-to-use solutions for the maritime industry.
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