Details
April
24
2017
02
10
PM
to
April
24
2017
04
00
PM

Panel

Speeches
A System-Level Perspective on Self-Driving Cars and Engineering Ethics
Joseph Herkert
Joseph Herkert
Associate Professor Emeritus of Science, Technology & Society, North Carolina State University; Advisory Group Member, NAE Center for Engineering Ethics and Society
Jason Borenstein
Jason Borenstein
Director, Graduate Research Ethics Programs; Associate Director, Center for Ethics and Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology
Moving Beyond the Trolley Problem: Why Engineers Really Need Ethics to Design Automated Vehicles
J. Christian Gerdes
J. Christian Gerdes
Professor of Mechanical Engineering; Director Center for Automotive Research, Stanford University
The Traffic Jam of Robots: Implications of Autonomous Vehicles for Trip-Making and Society
Joan Walker
Joan Walker
Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering and Global Metropolitan Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Earning Trust and Evaluating Trustworthiness
Bryant Walker Smith
Bryant Walker Smith
Assistant Professor, School of Law and (by courtesy) School of Engineering, University of South Carolina