Just then, a ball bounces onto the road and a child darts into traffic to retrieve it — too little too late. The car’s onboard computer quickly calculates a crash is imminent. There are two outcomes. The car can try to slow, but will hit and kill the child. Or the car can swerve to avoid the child, but will ram into the median and kill its passenger.
Self-Driving: Who decides who will die?
Matthew Biggins

Interesting, I’ve never thought about it.

I don’t see the car killing the owner as a practical choice for the manufacturer, the owner and the AI… so…

I hope that by 2025 we’ll have (a) better brakes, (b) better healtcare… => Nobody dies?