TEDxHultAshridge: Why driverless cars need philosophers
Google and Tesla have taken self-driving cars from science fiction to reality. But in this fascinating talk, Hult Professor Alessandro Lanteri raises some important questions about the decisions a driverless car might need to make and highlights why these cars need morals before we let them drive. By demonstrating the potential ethical issues a driverless car might face, Lanteri showcases how human emotions can be applied to coding and AI to make self-driving cars more socially aware.
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