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If anything you've just reinforced my point that there needs to be a higher barrier to entry when dealing with software that can critically affect human life.

I’m not disagreeing with you but, a change like that is going to upend the labor market and put a lot of people out of a job.

Are there a lot of people working on life-critical software?

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