Driverless Cars Should Spare Young People Over Old in Unavoidable Accidents, Massive Survey Finds
In the Moral Machine Experiment, a survey of more than two million people from 233 countries, people preferred to save humans over animals, young over old, and more people over fewer.
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Who's Guilty When a Brain-Controlled Computer Kills?
Brain-machine interfaces are opening up a host of ethical dilemmas for researchers.
People Want Autonomous Cars to Protect the Greater Good, But Only After Them
We want other people's cars to sacrifice their passenger if it means saving more lives, but we wouldn't buy one ourselves.