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A world where robots cater to our every whim may still be a futuristic dream, but they may soon be our chauffeurs. Autonomous cars are projected to be on our roads by 2020, run by software designed by humans. But ethicists are now raising questions about who should be programming the car where moral dilemmas are concerned. For example, who your robot car should kill in an unavoidable crash situation.

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