John Kerr posted in accidents • automated vehicles • cars • driverless cars • ethics • google • morality • philosophy • transport on June 24th, 2016.
Driverless cars hold the promise of safer transport. But how should they react when loss of life appears inevitable? Should a car swerve to miss a pedestrian on the road, even if doing so would kill the passenger? What if it was two people on the road? Or ten people? New US research, published in […]
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