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AIS-based profiling of fishing vessels falls short as a “proof of concept” for identifying forced labor at sea [Biological Sciences]
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America ( IF 9.412 ) Pub Date : 2021-05-11 , DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2100341118
Wilf Swartz, Andrés M. Cisneros-Montemayor, Gerald G. Singh, Patrick Boutet, Yoshitaka Ota

McDonald et al. (1) argue that labor conditions in fisheries can be discerned from the movement and characteristics of fishing vessels. We recognize the authors’ effort, yet have strong reservations regarding their 1) limited dataset, 2) assumptions, and 3) model validation. Forced labor is a serious human rights violation, and any scientific claims potentially informing policy must be considered with particular care to best promote efforts toward ending human terror and supporting survivors. We, therefore, urge that the authors consider how their efforts may misinform policy.

中文翻译:

基于AIS的渔船轮廓分析不足以作为识别海上强迫劳动的“概念证明” [生物科学]

麦当劳等。(1)认为,可以从渔船的运动和特征来辨别渔业中的劳动条件。我们认可作者的努力,但对他们的1)有限数据集,2)假设和3)模型验证持强烈保留态度。强迫劳动是对人权的严重侵犯,必须特别谨慎地考虑可能对政策产生影响的任何科学主张,以最好地促进为结束人类恐怖活动和支持幸存者而做出的努力。因此,我们敦促作者考虑他们的努力如何误导政策。
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