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A self-driving car that prioritizes the welfare of its occupants, or one that will save the most lives? Our preference depends on whether others can see our choice, study finds: virtue signalling can make us more altruistic. [preprint👍]:
Self-driving cars with a built in virtue signalling device will make traffic safer for everyone.
Should self-driving cars protect the driver or save the greater number of people? New work shows that, when people choose in public, they tend to prefer altruistic over selfish cars Suggestion: let the Parliament choose the type of car, by a public vote
How virtue-signaling makes us better: Moral preferences with respect to autonomous vehicle type choices