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Who is responsible for the ethics of a self-driving car?

The greatest challenge of autonomous driving will be the replacement of the human power of deduction with artificial intelligence. At the moment, a machine cannot be taught to make purely abstract decisions; instead, all the reaction models are the consequence of pre-programmed solution models. In problematic situations, the machine is programmed to naturally select the…

Self-driving cars are the next step in traffic development

The introduction of self-driving cars in traffic is the single biggest change in the history of automobiles. This still requires developmental efforts in technology, community planning and legislation. The revolution at hand can be divided into two phenomena: connected cars and self-driving cars. A connected car is a vehicle with built-in features that assist or…

How will intelligent transport transform future cities?

The development of intelligent transport is often divided into three phases of innovation: electric cars, self-driving cars and car-sharing. The first phase of innovation has already begun with almost all major car manufacturers bringing their own electric cars to the market. There will be a significant increase in the number of electric cars in service…

The Act on Transport services must promote the creation of new services

Mobile applications through which various transportation and mobility services can be received in return for payment are currently being marketed to consumers. The integrated mobility services offered through the app can include the use of public transport, taxis, carsharing, car rentals and city bikes. The service application Whim, offered to consumers via mobile phones by…