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October 15, 2017


I guess I am an optimist. We must build cars that are smart enough and safe enough that the car will not have to decide who to kill. It should be able to avoid a collision or stop without fatally damaging the occupants or external parties.

That knob might meet legal and insurance company needs but seems far-fetched to me. Could the driver be sued for the position on which they chose to set the knob, or are they not responsible for their actions? I don’t buy it — “The car killed those people, not me!”

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