Autonomous vehicles will soon be everywhere. Trucks are already driving across Europe, Uber is deploying its own fleet, and numerous companies are testing vehicles.
We’re told autonomous vehicles have the potential to make everything cheaper, safer, and faster. But the introduction of autonomous vehicles comes with major hazards for humanity: widespread transformation to employment, changes in city planning, and, perhaps most frightening of all, the potential for security exploits on the vehicles themselves.
Paul Fenwick examines the impact of autonomous vehicles, focusing on some of the most difficult questions relating to machine ethics and world economies.
Paul Fenwick is an internationally acclaimed public speaker, developer, and science educator. He is well known for presenting on a diverse range of topics including privacy, neuroscience, and neuroethics, Klingon programming, open source, depression and mental health, advancements in science, diversity, autonomous agents, and minesweeper automation. His dynamic presentation style and quirky humor has delighted audiences worldwide. Paul was awarded the 2013 O’Reilly Open Source award and the 2010 White Camel award, both for outstanding contributions to the open source community. As a freedom-loving scientist, Paul’s goal is to learn everything he can, do amazing things with that knowledge, and give them away for free. (Photograph by Joshua Button)
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