Driverless Passenger Vs. Pedestrian(s): Who Lives, Who Dies?

Posted on June 29, 2016

A new study published in Science magazine asks how self-driving vehicles should act.

More than 75% of participants in one survey favor cars that would sacrifice one passenger rather than kill 10 pedestrians.

CBS News video here

Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, business ethics, driverless cars, liability, passenger safety, Safety, self-driving vehicles, vehicle safety

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