Sean Brantley

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2023 article

Moral judgment in realistic traffic scenarios: moving beyond the trolley paradigm for ethics of autonomous vehicles

Cecchini, D., Brantley, S., & Dubljevic, V. (2023, November 29). AI & SOCIETY, Vol. 11.

By: D. Cecchini n, S. Brantley n & V. Dubljevic n

author keywords: Traffic moral judgment; Moral machine experiment; Trolley problem; ADC model
TL;DR: This paper argues that the trolley dilemma is an inadequate experimental paradigm for investigating traffic moral judgments because it does not include agents’ character-based considerations and is incapable of facilitating the investigation of low-stakes mundane traffic scenarios, and presents an alternative experimental framework that addresses these issues. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: December 18, 2023

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