On November 15, 2020, four astronauts left Cape Canaveral for the ISS about the SpaceX Dragon Crew-1 mission. Did any of them fly it or were they simply paying passengers in a space craft that essentially flew itself?
I know that the Dragon flew to the ISS and back in an unmanned condition last year so it clearly doesn't NEED a skilled pilot to get it to the ISS, dock, undock, and land. I'm not clear though if the people aboard the Nov 15 2020 flight actually flew it even though the internal systems could have done it unassisted.
I watched some of the livestream of the docking and the video feed showed people touching touch screens but the voiceover also made it clear that the last part of the docking was "hands-off", which apparently meant that humans were not required to control the docking, although they could presumably have overridden the system and docked manually if they'd wanted.