Whose life should your car save?

November 2016

Azim Shariff, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Social Behavior, and his colleagues wrote an op-ed piece
in The New York Times, highlighting their research that has been featured in other media outlets.Their research
sheds light on whether Americans would choose between “self-protective” autonomous cars that protected their
passengers at all costs and “utilitarian” autonomous cars that impartially minimized overall casualties, even if it
meant harming their passengers.

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