The Ethics of Autonomous Cars

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To illustrate this point by example, Smith turns to another vehicle: a time machine. "Imagine that someone invents a time machine," he writes. "Does she break the law by using that machine to travel to the past?" Given the legal principle nullum crimen sine lege, or "no crime without law," she doesn't directly break the law by the act of time-traveling itself, since no law today governs time-travel. This is where ethics come in.

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