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The ethics of driverless cars

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Studies estimate that at least 380 million semi- or fully-autonomous vehicles will occupy roads by 2030. While driverless cars are projected to increase efficiency and reduce traffic, they also raise important ethical questions. Reporter Andrea Vasquez discusses some of these questions with Shannon Vallor, Professor of Philosophy at Santa Clara University.

Aired: 12/12/16

Rating: NR

Video has closed captioning.

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