Now that we’re sharing the road with driverless cars and trucks, what ethical concerns should we have about them?  Who’s responsible for an accident if no one’s ”behind the wheel”?

Those questions only scratch the surface about this new reality.  Noted ethicist and Emory scholar Dr. Jonathan Crane has been confronting this next technological step. Join us as he shares his insights, and answers your questions on March 8, at North Atlanta’s Temple Emanu-El’s TE Talks speaker series.

Dr. Crane, the Schinazi Scholar in Biothethics and Jewish Thought at Emory University’s Center for Ethics, will discuss what ethical questions self-driving cars raise, what the Jewish ethical perspectives are, and how those points of view differ.

The program will feature a 30-minute presentation by Professor Crane, followed by a Q&A with the audience.

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