MIT study explores the ‘trolley problem’ and self-driving cars

By | October 24, 2018

As many as 10 million autonomous cars are predicted to hit public roads by 2020, and when they do, they’ll have difficult decisions to make. Understandably, there’s some urgency to build decision-making systems capable of tackling the classic ‘trolley problem,’ in which a person — or computer, as the case may be…Read More

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