Should self-drive cars kill their passengers to save pedestrians?

Self-drive cars are getting increasingly technically advanced. But if they crash, potentially life and death decisions are taken out of human hands.
A team of researchers from the Toulouse School of Economics have conducted an online survey into the public's perception of how self-driving cars should be programmed to react in life-threatening crash scenarios.
Jean-Francois Bonnefon is a senior researcher on the report. He described a potential scenario.

(Photo: Self-drive car. Credit: AP)

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