Jailbreaking Morality: The Philosophy of Self Driving Cars

Figure 1: Tesla will not allow it’s autonomous driving functionality on competing ride share networks

The Trolley Problem

Figure 2: The Trolley Problem
Figure 3: MIT’s Moral Machine

Make it Be Utilitarian (But Not My Car)

Figure 4: Mockup of Tesla’s iPhone app depicting Utilitarian Mode as a setting

Lessons of Pegasus

Figure 5: Apple’s warranty does not cover issues caused by jailbreaking
Figure 6: Apple estimates it’s remotely exploitable vulnerabilities are worth $1 million

Relentless Optimism

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