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Who should driverless cars save: pedestrians or passengers?

Mercedes tackles the self-driving car dilemma As self-driving vehicles begin testing around the world, driverless cars are on the verge of transforming everything from the way roads look to how fast vehicles travel. Transportation and urban design experts anticipate fewer parking lots, more green spaces, and a remaking of streets. Recently, news that self-driving Mercedes will be programmed to save drivers, not people they hit, has reignited an ethical debate over the morality of programming a car’s algorithms.
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