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Pied Piper and Autonomous Vehicles
Freeman, R. Edward; Parmar, Bidhan L.; Mead, Jenny; Puhl, Nicole; Mahajan, Bhaskar; Boes, Sean Case E-0413 / Published August 8, 2017 / 10 pages.
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Pied Piper's first driverless car had been in an accident and had killed a 26-year-old jogger. Pied Piper felt a deep sadness for the victim's family, and was disappointed and alarmed because the company had optimistically thought driverless cars would eventually lead to total elimination of driving fatalities. The company needed to decide if the car's algorithm was responsible for this death and, if so, what the plan of action should be.

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    Pied Piper's first driverless car had been in an accident and had killed a 26-year-old jogger. Pied Piper felt a deep sadness for the victim's family, and was disappointed and alarmed because the company had optimistically thought driverless cars would eventually lead to total elimination of driving fatalities. The company needed to decide if the car's algorithm was responsible for this death and, if so, what the plan of action should be.

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