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TABLE OF CONTENTSCASE STUDY TITLE.....................................................................................................................1INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1ARGUMENT...................................................................................................................................1Disadvantages..............................................................................................................................1Ethical issues involved.................................................................................................................2Implications of ethical problems..................................................................................................2Ethical theories to ethical problems.............................................................................................2Analysis of ethical situation and recommendations....................................................................3CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................4REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
CASE STUDY TITLEWho decides who dies in driver less car accidents?INTRODUCTIONDriver less cars are robotic or autonomous cars that are capable of sensing theirenvironment and move safely without harming anyone with little or no human efforts. Suchkinds of cars consist of various kinds of sensors like radar, GPS, measurement units and manymore, these sensors help them to perceive their surrounding in order to move safely(Lin, 2016).Other than this, these driver-less cars have an automated control system that reads and interpretthese sensor informations, and use them to identify navigational paths so that they do not run onany obstacle or any other vehicle. There are various organisations who are trying to launch theirown driver-less cars, companies like: Google, Audi, Tesla, Toyota etc. The main advantage ofthese cars is that they ease human work and makes it much more easier for them to travel. Thisreport will lay emphasis on ethical issues involved with driver-less car, theories related to themand analysis of the situation.ARGUMENTDisadvantagesThere are various disadvantages of these driver-less cars such as: any kind of sensorfailure can result in major accident. Its software can be easily hacked due to which car's controlcan go in someone else hands. Minor malfunction within the software can result in some majoror serious crash and if any kind of accident happens then a main ethical question arises that whowill be responsible for the accident(Nyholm & Smids, 2016). These are one of the major andbiggest security concerns associated with these driver-less cars. Other than this there are manymore disadvantages of driver-less cars such as: if they kind of software or sensor gets disturbedthen it will be quite costly for the car owner's to get it repaired and without repairing them the carwill be useless. So it can be said that maintenance and running of these cars is quite costly(Hevelke & Nida-Rümelin, 2015). Privacy of an individual is another security concern associatedwith these cars i.e. all the personal information and location of the car will be recorded by thecompanies and if the system gets hacked then personal information of the owner of the car canget hacked as well.1
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