Trolleys, Risk and Consequences: A Model For Understanding Robocar Morality

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There is widespread debate over the moral rules behind testing and deploying robocars, which will prevent vast numbers of accidents, but also cause them, including fatalities. This essay examines the different moral theories used, and proposes a way forward to match how societies and people think.
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