04 septembre 2019

Autonomous vehicles are set to enable new forms of surveillance and oppression

Autonomous vehicles are set to enable new forms of surveillance and oppression   Imagine a state-of-the-art driverless car zipping along a road with a disabled, 90-year-old passenger. A young mother with a toddler steps onto the road. The car must make a decision: drive into the mother and child and kill them, or swerve into a wall and kill the passenger. This is a variation of the trolley problem, a thought experiment which dominates academic and popular thinking about the ethics of driverless cars. The problem is that... [Lire la suite]
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23 juin 2016

Connected Cars: Dealing with data privacy

Connected Cars: Dealing with data privacy Cars are becoming intelligent and smarter than ever, with GPS, Internet connections, data recording, smart high definition cameras and varieties of sensors. Drivers can barely make a move or head to any direction at any speed without their actions somehow, somewhere being tracked or recorded. Also, most new car consumers possibly will not comprehend it, but they’ve perhaps signed an agreement permitting the manufacturer of their connected car to track data and information or the location... [Lire la suite]