Hosted by: UNC’s Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety

Speaker: Kurt Gray, Associate Professor, UNC Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, UNC-CH

Although substantial attention has been paid to the ethical implications of automated vehicles making crash decisions, little research has gone beyond this necessary but limited topic. A host of ethical concerns, from human-machine interfacing to data collection, attend vehicle automation. In this final session, Dr. Kurt Gray will discuss these implications and the need for ethical guidance in automation.