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Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles: Who's in the Driver's Seat?

Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles: Who's in the Driver's Seat?

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Year published:2016
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All driving involves some risk. An automated vehicle will have to determine how to allocate this risk among road users, and in many cases, these decisions will have ethical components. This presentation focuses on the role of ethics in automated driving, and the potential for inequitable risk exposure

Speaker: Noah Goodall, PhD, P.E

Dr. Noah Goodall is a research scientist with the Virginia Transportation Research Council, a division of the Virginia Department of Transportation. His research areas are safety, operations, and traffic engineering with a focus on automated and connected vehicles. He has a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the University of Virginia, and is a licensed engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He has published several articles on the ethics of vehicle automation, and is a member of the Transportation Research Board Committee on Vehicle Highway Automation.

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