Legal Infrastructure for Driverless Cars, and Comparisons Between the Law and Ethics of Self-Driving Cars and Autonomous Weapon Systems

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(Kenneth Anderson) Driverless cars are coming faster than most observers would have thought. ? One big reason, according to Bryant Walker Smith in a recent article in Slate , is that people predicting the driverless car future assumed that they would have to be part of centrally-run systems, with corresponding changes to physical infrastructure, such as special roads embedded with magnets. ? Or for that matter, we can add, centralized computers to take control of all the vehicles in the system. ? The…

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Legal Infrastructure for Driverless Cars, and Comparisons Between the Law and Ethics of Self-Driving Cars and Autonomous Weapon Systems

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