In my opinion, I feel that the car should crash into the SUV. I only believe that this is the better choice simply because of the physics, since the SUV would better absorb the impact than the Mini Cooper. For the second scenario, I believe that the car should crash into the motorcyclist with a helmet. This is because instead of a higher chance of death with the motorcyclist without a helmet, there is a lesser chance than one with a helmet.
If a car's decision to potentially "kill" was based on random numbers, I would say no. This is because it seems like the driver who is at risk of a crash would have their life based on numbers. The computer could always make the wrong choice and end up with a bad result for the driver. But on the other hand, it could also be better in split second decisions, unlike a driver having to quickly think about what is right or what is wrong before making a decision in case of a imminent crash. In conclusion, even though there are good things that can come from a random number generator, a driver's life could be based on a game of chance in the state of an imminent crash.
I personally that both the company and the driver are at fault for any outcomes when driving. After all, the driver is partially at fault because he is the one who is "driving" the car at the start and determining where it should go. On the other hand, the driver isn't at fault because it is the car "self driving" to the destination. The car is programmed to do what is needed in order to stop a crash. This makes it so the car manufacturer is at fault for the program leading in that accident. Overall, the driver is the one telling the car where to go, but the manufacturer is the one programming it do do things in certain situation.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Alek and I have achieved some things in our project. I would say that we have done much better than we did before. For example, before we weren't able to make basic commands without getting an error message, such as something not being defined. Now, we can make some simple prompt and response commands. Sadly, because of having to use macbooks, the saving feature seems like it doesn't work, so the programs will be hard to run on it. Yeah, thats about it.
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Monday, September 29, 2014
I don't really know how to start this, but Alek and I were supposed to start working on our passion project by downloading a programming program that we would use to make a program to present to the whole class eventually. Sadly the program isn't available on Chrome OS and we can only download it on windows, sadly we don't have that anymore, so we have to download it on some old macs. Hopefully everything will go fine. So far, we have learned really nothing. The only obstacle that we have got is that we cant do anything until we got the old macs. That's about it.
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Thursday, November 14, 2013
So far I think that my passion project is going fine. For those of you who don't know what my project is, it is about video games. I am trying to figure out what makes video games so good compared to others as well as the top games in certain categories. The categories are Arcade, FPS, Horror, Competitive FPS, Racing, indie, and as many Free to play games as I cam find to apply for the categories previously. My progress on this so far has gone decent, I think i need to use my time more wisely and concentrate on finding the more reliable information I can find. Some things I can anticipate are not using my time wisely and MANY blocked websites. Thanks for reading this.