Festival of Social Science 2019
What happens when a driverless vehicle is involved in an accident? We ask who is responsible and how do we police this?
In a not so distant future, vehicles will capture and relay data from the environment, the driver and other vehicles on the road. This data driven interaction will create new legal and ethical issues, which will profoundly affect our laws and understanding of security. So how do we create a driverless car that works for all?
Dr. Kakia Chatsiou from the Department of Government will host this lively public discussion alongside academic and industry experts. This will run from 4.30pm - 7.30pm on Friday 8 November at Senate House Library in London and is open to both members of the public and professional experts. Anyone interested in the practical and ethical implications of driverless car technology will find this event enlightening.
This event is part of the nationwide Festival Of Social Science, it is open to the public and completely free of charge.