Theoretical and Natural Science

Theoretical and Natural Science

TNS Vol.2 (CIAP 2022), 02 February 2023

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Ethical Issues of Automatic Driving in the Society

Jiangze Meng 1
1 Brockenhurst College, Brockenhurst, United Kingdom,BH6 3SS

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Theoretical and Natural Science, TNS Vol.2 (CIAP 2022), 217-220
Published 02 February 2023. © 2023 The Author(s). Published by EWA Publishing
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Citation Jiangze Meng. Ethical Issues of Automatic Driving in the Society. TNS (2023) TNS Vol.2 (CIAP 2022): 217-220.


Autonomous driving is a very hot development direction in the future. With the application of electricity and the development of technology, autonomous driving technology will also be widely adopted. This study discusses the ethical issues of autonomous driving in society from the perspectives of social exclusion and private issues. The results demonstrate that although automatic driving is an excellent technology, it still needs more time to improve the whole systems and hardware facility to provide the best experience for people.


electrical vehicles, privacy, gasoline vehicles, automatic driving


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