Programming autonomous machines ahead of time promotes selfless decision-making

Self-driving cars are just around the corner, but working out the rules that should govern them is proving tricky. Should they mimic often self-interested human decision making, or be programmed to consider the greater good? It turns out that when you let people program autonomous vehicles themselves, the gap between self-interest and the greater good […]

Programming autonomous machines ahead of time promotes selfless decision-making

A new study suggests the use of autonomous machines increases cooperation among individuals.

Mon 11 Feb 19 from TechXplore

User-programmed autonomous vehicles favour cooperation over competition

Ethical questions surrounding AV behaviour tend to resolve if owners make the decisions. Nick Carne reports.

Mon 11 Feb 19 from Cosmos Magazine

Programming Self-Driving Cars Makes People Less Selfish

Self-driving cars are just around the corner, but working out the rules that should govern them is proving tricky. Should they mimic often self-interested human decision making, or be programmed ...

Mon 18 Feb 19 from SingularityHub

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