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AI and Ethics: Navigating the Moral Landscape of Self-Driving Cars
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AI and Ethics: Navigating the Moral Landscape of Self-Driving Cars

Last Updated on January 25, 2024 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Louis-François Bouchard

Originally published on Towards AI.

This is Louis-François Bouchard, and welcome to a new episode of the “What’s AI” podcast! Today, I’m thrilled to share my conversation with Jeremy Cohen, the visionary behind Think Autonomous. This episode is particularly close to my heart, as we delve into the ethical nuances of autonomous vehicles, a subject I find both complex and fascinating.

In our discussion, we ventured beyond the technicalities, keeping the discussion accessible and interesting, and instead dove into the practical and moral landscape of AI in transportation. We pondered questions like: How does AI make decisions in critical situations? What does autonomous vehicles mean for the future of humans? Is it the best solution for transportation? Really cool to talk about autonomous vehicles with an expert in the field.

But that’s not all. We also touched on AI’s transformative role across various industries, from healthcare to finance. We discussed the sustainability of AI startups in this fast-evolving sector and the importance of nurturing human expertise alongside AI development.

We also touch on various “debates” we came up with related to AI. I hope you will enjoy this new format as much as I did enjoy my conversation with Jérémy!

This episode is an essential listen for anyone intrigued… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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