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"As more and more auto manufacturers are shifting focus to self-driving vehicles, one major question is looming in the minds of researchers, lawmakers and consumers"
"Scientists may be close to implementing a decision-making feature to self-driving cars so they have the ability to make the moral and ethical decisions that"
"An enduring problem with self-driving cars has been how to program them to make ethical decisions in unavoidable crashes. A new study has found it’s"
"Machine based moral decisions are, in principle, possible.Contrary to previous thinking, a ground-breaking new study has found for the first time that human morality can"
"Imagine you are driving down the street when two people — one child and one adult — step onto the road. Hitting one of them is unavoidable. You have"