As self-driving cars slowly make their way onto our roads, how will developers help these autonomous vehicles make difficult decisions during accidents? A new MIT project illustrates just how difficult this will be by mixing gaming with deep moral questions.
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The Moral Machine presents you with a series of traffic scenarios in which a self-driving car must make a choice between two perilous options.
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Connected cars and automous vehicles are changing everything. In the near future, many young people will not have any interest in cars. They will cease to have any desire to learn to drive, develop basis road awareness or any consid...
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Eventually autonomous cars will change the rules of the road, packing themselves onto streets and highways in the most efficient way possible. But the first autonomous cars will need to drive as badly as humans.