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In the future, when a self-driving car is about to crash, it will go into a high-frequency bidding war to decide which driver gets to live.
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Simon Le Gros Bisson 🇯🇪🇪🇺 5 Sep 16
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This is soooooo true.
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SwiftOnSecurity 5 Sep 16
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2 cars are about to crash. If you're chosen to die, your grandchildren will be given free college tuition.Does your car accept the contract?
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Kevin 5 Sep 16
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PERFECT! I will live, unless I am driving in Palo Alto, otherwise Zuckerberg's baby lives and I die.
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TINY BALL OF CLAWS, TEETH, AND ANGER ಠ_ಠ 5 Sep 16
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I don't have a car. ._.
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brian wisti 5 Sep 16
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sure. I don't even have kids but what the hell.
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TINY BALL OF CLAWS, TEETH, AND ANGER ಠ_ಠ 5 Sep 16
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Or children or grandchildren. :D
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Mary Branscombe 5 Sep 16
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if an ad network can conduct a bidding war in 150ms...
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Mallory Locklear 5 Sep 16
is this a submission?
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ᵈ ʳ ᵉ ʷ ⎝(´•ω•)⎠🌹 5 Sep 16
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the blockchain will revolutionize this process somehow
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Andreas Renberg 5 Sep 16
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Kyle Hamilton 5 Sep 16
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The question is, to whom are the bids paid?
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martin_fff 5 Sep 16
It will know which passenger has higher asset value, and which one to harvest for organs...
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SwiftOnSecurity 5 Sep 16
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Scenario:Self-driving car is hit, sending it inevitably towards another self-driving car. However, the cars can decide which suffers more/1
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SwiftOnSecurity 5 Sep 16
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Both cars have the same insurance co. To reduce premium costs, drivers opted-in to a car algorithm that biases all injury into one driver./2
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Jim, VoR 5 Sep 16
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keep going. this is good.
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SwiftOnSecurity 5 Sep 16
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Driver 2 is selected as most vulnerable, and dies. No long-term medical care, just a lump payment. Driver 1 walks away. Premiums stay low./3
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