Doubting Driverless Dilemmas

@article{Freitas2020DoubtingDD,
  title={Doubting Driverless Dilemmas},
  author={Julian De Freitas and Sam E Anthony and A. Censi and G. Alvarez},
  journal={Perspectives on Psychological Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={15},
  pages={1284 - 1288}
}
The alarm has been raised on so-called driverless dilemmas, in which autonomous vehicles will need to make high-stakes ethical decisions on the road. We argue that these arguments are too contrived to be of practical use, are an inappropriate method for making decisions on issues of safety, and should not be used to inform engineering or policy. 
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