The Moral Challenges of Driverless Cars

-COMMUNICATORS OF THE ACM, AUGUST 2015, FEAT. BRYANT WALKER SMITH:

Every time a car heads out onto the road, drivers are forced to make moral and ethical decisions that impact not only their safety, but also the safety of others. Does the driver go faster than the speed limit to stay with the flow of traffic? Will the driver take her eyes off the road for a split second to adjust the radio? Might the driver choose to speed up as he approaches a yellow light at an intersection, in order to avoid stopping short when the light turns red? <Read More>