Attribution 4.0 International
Moral Machine project
A new study uses the famous trolley problem to show how our culture shapes our moral beliefs.
How does the public think autonomous vehicles should resolve moral trade-offs? Can we use their responses to build a new moral compass?
Scientists seek to learn the decisions human drivers make in collision situations to help predict how autonomous vehicles should respond.
An NYC exhibit imagines driverless buses and mobile medical units resembling Popemobiles.
Survey maps global variations in ethics for programming autonomous vehicles
Massive global Moral Machine study reveals ethics preferences and regional differences
A report from the Symposium on Trust and Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles (STEAV).
The morality of preschoolers, trolleys, cookie-eating squirrels, and attempting to define “the consensus” with the Moral Machine Project.
Iyad Rahwan on the trust gap between people and autonomous vehicles.
"They support crazy ideas, which is nice because this encourages innovation."