I get how this is interesting for AI broadly, but if your autonomous vehicle is even getting into a…
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Agree. I think that a more accurate scenario would be hit a wall instead of the people. That then raises the question of whether the drivers life is more important or not since they are the paying customer of the technology. This dilemma right there gets to the uber trust issues. I think the trust issue is a huge strategic mistake by uber if they aim to implement driverless. Currently we can trust the drivers as they aren’t strictly corporate employees but can we trust uber only?

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