Should Your Driverless Car Hit a Pedestrian to Save Your Life?
People say that one day, perhaps in the not-so-distant future, they’d like to be passengers in self-driving cars that are mindful machines doing their best for the common good. Merge politely. Watch for pedestrians in the crosswalk. Keep a safe space. A new research study, however, indicates that what people really want to ride in is an autonomous vehicle that puts its passengers first. If its machine brain has to choose between slamming into a wall or running someone over, well, sorry, pedestrian. Read this article in the New York Times.
Les étudiants témoignent : Césure à la Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro
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