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This MIT Online Activity Lets You Choose Who Gets Killed If A Self-Driving Car Wrecks

The closer we get to fully autonomous car technology on the market, the more questions we seem to have. Recently, they’ve been morbid: if a self-driving car is in a fatal wreck, how does it decide who dies? Well, now you can understand just how hard those decisions will be to program—hypothetically, of course. Read more...
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