Self-driving cars are no longer confined to the realm of sci-fi; a variety of autonomous vehicles are under development by companies around the world. Before they hit consumer markets, though, manufacturers, lawmakers, and society as a whole must decide how cars should behave ethically in the worst-case scenario: a possibly fatal crash.View More Autonomous Accidents: The Ethics of Self-Driving Car Crashes
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10/28/2019 Growing human brains may sound like something out of a mad science movie, but believe it or not, scientists are able to do just…View More How Lab-Grown Brains are Challenging Our Concept of Sentience