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Hartford stadium collapse: why software should never be more than a tool to be used wisely

While we may think of blind faith in technology as a modern affliction, Sean Brady’s account of the Hartford Civic Center Stadium collapse shows that overreliance on structural analysis software is not a new problem.

Author(s): S. Brady (Brady Heywood)