Medical Daily | Teaching Driverless Cars Who To Kill

<p>Researchers asked 2,000 study participants to choose the moral course of action in accident scenarios where the number of vehicle passengers and at-risk pedestrians varied. Image by Bonnefon, Shariff and Rahwan, 2016, Science.</p>
Researchers asked 2,000 study participants to choose the moral course of action in accident scenarios where the number of vehicle passengers and at-risk pedestrians varied. Image by Bonnefon, Shariff and Rahwan, 2016, Science.
Researchers asked 2,000 study participants to choose the moral course of action in accident scenarios where the number of vehicle passengers and at-risk pedestrians varied. Image by Bonnefon, Shariff and Rahwan, 2016, Science.

 

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Teaching Driverless Cars Who To Kill

It’s the near future. A self-driving car is zipping its passengers down a country road when, out of nowhere, a handful of pedestrians stroll into its way. There’s no easy way out: Either the car plows through them or it swerves into a tree, killing those riding inside. What would you rather it do? If you’re…

 

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