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Mercedes Decides Who An Autonomous Car Should Save And The Answer Is Worrying

For years now carmakers have been avoiding addressing the Trolley Problem. In the event of an imminent crash, who does your car protect: you, the occupant, or a pedestrian? Read more...
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