MIT Moral Machine – Would a Self-Driving Car Make the Same Choices as You?

by Carolyn Nicander Mohr
Every time we get behind the wheel of a car, we put our lives and the lives of others at risk. Self-driving cars are designed to reduce those risks by letting tech control our vehicles. Accident rates for autonomous cars have been much lower than for humans. Google’s self-driving car has had only 13 collisions after traveling 1.8 million miles.Read the full article

Moral Machine

Website: A platform for public participation in and discussion of the human perspective on machine-made moral decisions Offer your perspective on which moral dilemma outcomes you find acceptable for a self-driving car, create your own dilemma scenarios, and discuss them with others.