Who should AI kill in a driverless car crash? It depends who you ask

By | October 24, 2018

Responses vary around the world when you ask the public who an out-of-control self-driving car should hit

Moral responses to unavoidable damage vary greatly around the world in a way that poses a big challenge for companies planning to build driverless cars, according to new research.

The researchers, from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and other institutions, presented variations of the classic “trolley problem” thought experiment almost 40m times to millions of volunteers from all around the world.

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