An amazing concept to consider when looking at autonomous vehicles and exponential technologies in general. How should AI operate under morally ambiguous situations?
When AI-powered cars learn to drive themselves, they're also going to have to learn morals
You've heard of the trolley problem? It's how philosophers talk about moral trade-offs—kill five people in a trolley crash or avoid them and kill just one. Is that OK? But wait. Before you answer, ask yourself if you'd rather decide, or if you're OK with your self-driving car deciding for you.
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