Human Error – AutoDelete is a software agent that will randomly delete large sections of written text from your text editor while you type and then auto-save the edit. Mistaken deletion is a form of human error that most people using computers experience frequently when they are engaged in long writing projects or assignments and an unknown mishap occurs. This is usually because of a power failure, a mistyped set of keys, or an errant keyboard press on highlighted text, but this type of error is extremely common for both novel and advanced computer users. Human Error – AUTODelete will also disable the “Undo” function of the writing software making it impossible to retrieve lost work. Without this fail safe, human error gains more importance in the inevitable function of trying to maintain a failsafe work environment on and offline.