Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology are asking drivers how they'd handle life-or-death decisions made by their driverless cars in hopes of creating better algorithms to guide autonomous vehicles such as this one being driven by an engineer in Boston. Steven Senne AP
Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology are asking drivers how they'd handle life-or-death decisions made by their driverless cars in hopes of creating better algorithms to guide autonomous vehicles such as this one being driven by an engineer in Boston. Steven Senne AP

If your driverless car has to kill someone, who should it be? Programmers want to know

January 18, 2017 01:47 PM