Who should die when a driverless car crashes? Q&A ponders the future

Panellists discuss ethical complexities and huge changes that will be brought by technology, AI and automation

Should a driverless car swerve to miss a child, knowing it will kill its passenger? Or should it maintain its path and end a younger life?

It’s deeply troubling ethical dilemmas like these that Sandra Peter believes will hinder the mass uptake of driverless cars, possibly beyond our lifetimes.

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