Across the world Driverless cars aren’t just being developed and tested in the UK. It’s a global phenomenon. Governments across the world – from the US, UK, Australia, Germany, and France, to Sweden and Japan – are backing the development of autonomous vehicles, their official name. It’s not just established motor manufacturers like Ford, BMW, […]
In a word, no. But that hasn’t halted a fierce debate that has been raging for years about how a computerised car might assess human life in an accident. First thought up in the 1960s, the so-called ‘Trolley Problem’ is now being projected onto driverless cars, raising some rather morbid moral questions. In it’s traditional […]
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