April Newsletter: Are Driverless Cars Drones of a Different Kind?

Can humans talk intelligently about driverless cars without a robot on the panel?

Find out when A2Ethics and the Michigan Ethics Bowl Team host a public discussion.
A few high and low road questions:

  • Given global climate change, should we be favoring technologies that could make driving both massively easier and cheaper? 

  • Who ought to own driverless car data? What are the potential privacy issues?

  • Who should be held morally responsible for potential accidents?

  • What are the ethical issues presented by a driverless car company promoting a Super Bowl ad for "the most ethical algorithms?"

Power up your ethical algorithms and bring your autonomous questions: 
Wednesday, April 13, 2016 ---7pm to 9pm
Henderson Room (Third Floor)
The Michigan League, 911 N. University Ave, Ann Arbor
Meet A2Ethics Intern
U-M senior Gabe Kahn has been a great addition to our team. 
He is an economics and sociology major from Austin, Texas. Because of his contributions and talents, we would like Gabe to stay. But Washington, DC beckons. We hope he will start our first spinoff: DCEthics. Thanks for all your work Gabe!  

New city. 
New brewery.
New questions. 
Join us on Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 7:30pm, ABC Microbrewery, 720 Norris Street
as Ypsilanti embraces the Slam. 
Thumbs Up Ethics Events

Fourth National High School Ethics Bowl, Chapel Hill, NC on April 15 and 16--Support 2016 Michigan champions, Ann Arbor Greenhills School
U-M CBSSM Research Colloquium and Bishop Lecture at U-M Alumni Center on April 27--Give it a click to see why we never miss this public event. 

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