Episode: What moral decisions should driverless cars make? | Iyad Rahwan


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What moral decisions should driverless cars make? | Iyad Rahwan
Should your driverless car kill you if it means saving five pedestrians? In this primer on the social dilemmas of driverless cars, Iyad Rahwan explores how the technology will challenge our morality and explains his work collecting data from real people on the ethical trade-offs we're willing (and not willing) to make.

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