Levelling the playing field for the driverless car: Part II

Standards for the ‘Right’ Choice?

The advent of automated driving may also lead to the requirement of standards for what could be described as ethical issues. One such potentially very problematic set of scenarios is being called the “death algorithm”. It is based on the assumption that, no matter how refined the technology will be, there will be crashes involving even the most advanced machines.

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