Driverless car trial reaches conclusion
News today has revealed that the driverless car trial in Milton Keynes has reached its conclusion. Amanda Stretton, motoring editor at Confused.com says:
“Our research found almost half (46%) of motorists would use an autonomous vehicles. And they are one step closer to being introduced to UK roads after a successful trial in Milton Keynes. It is promising that the technology is being developed to allow autonomous vehicles to take control of chaotic road conditions.
“As the software develops further, it’s important to start having conversations about how we want this technology to think and operate in regards to the moral driving decisions of an autonomous vehicle. Our experiment has found that 16% of programmers are more likely to save the life of a dog over a human.
“Our autonomous vehicles report provides more clarity on these driver safety issues and also looks at the transitional challenges for the transport network.”
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