Ethical Autonomous Vehicles – Complexities of moral and ethical reasoning for driveless systems

Created by Matthieu Cherubini, Ethical Autonomous Vehicles project explores the implications of near-future scenario where most vehicles on the road are autonomous. As predicted by car manufacturers, by year 2025 most cars will operate on driverless systems. While it may be valid to think that our roads will be safer as autonomous vehicles replace traditional cars, Matthieu points out that unpredictability of real-life situations that involve the complexities of moral and ethical reasoning complicate this assumption.

"How can such systems be designed to accommodate the complicatedness of moral and ethical thought processes, especially when human lives are involved? Just like choosing the color of a car, ethics can become a commodified feature in autonomous vehicles that one can buy, change, and repurchase, depending on personal taste." –– Matthieu Cherubini

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