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    Uber Software To Decide Who Dies

    Uber Software To Decide Who Dies

    This is the show from Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

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    With the first pedestrian fatality from an automated car, Bob Enyart discusses the algorithms being designed by Silicon Valley engineers, computers that for certain traffic accidents, will select who will die, a pedestrian, a cyclist, others, or the passenger in the automated vehicle itself. These software engineers need to be experts in right and wrong, but sadly, the technology sector has demonstrated their hatred of morality and truth. Bob also gives an update on the Venezuelan crisis. And the BEL annual winter telethon is at $13,700 of our $50,000 goal, so please help if you possibly can by calling 1-800-8Enyart (836-9278) or clicking on the Store at www.kgov.com.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jefferson View Post
    With the first pedestrian fatality from an automated car, Bob Enyart discusses the algorithms being designed by Silicon Valley engineers, computers that for certain traffic accidents, will select who will die, a pedestrian, a cyclist, others, or the passenger in the automated vehicle itself.
    Yes, we have seen the first (and now second) fatality from automated cars. Now, how many fatalities are caused every day by the errors of human drivers?

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