A new law allows autonomous vehicles in everyday use and provides legal consistency lacking in the United States.
A Silicon Valley startup has completed what appears to be the first commercial freight cross-country trip by an autonomous truck, which finished a 2,800-mile-run from Tulare, California to Quakertown, Pennsylvania for Land O’Lakes in under three days.
As Tesla's get into the hands of more consumers, the ethics of auto-pilot decision-making is put into question.
The fatal crash that killed pedestrian Elaine Herzberg in Tempe, Arizona, occurred because of a software bug in Uber's self-driving car technology.
The United States military is trying to come to terms with the fact that advanced technology is on the cusp of making it possible for machines like armed drones to make killing decisions.
Ideally, ethics, law, and policy would line up, but often they don’t in the real world. Should we trust robotic cars to share our road, just because they are programmed to obey the law and avoid crashes?
Ford and other companies say the industry overestimated the arrival of autonomous vehicles, which still struggle to anticipate what other drivers and pedestrians will do.
A platform for public participation in discussion of the human perspective on machine-made moral decisions. A simulation that allows participants to make moral decisions an self-driving car may have to make and see where they align compared to others.