Tag Archives: Self Driving Vehicles

German Regulators Craft Guidelines Addressing the Ethical Issues Raised by Driverless Cars

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As driverless cars prepare to enter the roadway, regulators are closely considering the implications of how software is programmed. When faced with an imminent risk of collision or injury, how will the software decide which course of action to take?  How will the software weigh the impact on different people, animals, and property?  Dashboard Insights … Continue reading this entry

State AGs Are Flexing Their Muscles on Technology

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Headlines for state attorneys general (AGs) have been dominated by tangles with the Trump administration — from the travel ban case going to the U.S. Supreme Court to challenges to legacy regulations at federal agencies. Less visible are actions by state AGs to push forward their interests and influence in technology-oriented consumer products, particularly driverless … Continue reading this entry