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No, a driverless Mercedes will not plow into a family to save you

No surprise, reports this week that a Mercedes-Benz executive had declared the company’s future autonomous cars would prioritise the lives of occupants over those of bystanders, quickly elicited cries of “a-ha, I knew it!” from all corners of the internet. It started with a report in America’s Car & Driver, which quoted – and nothing […]
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