Autonomous driving and law

Come along for a moment and imagine the following: You get into your car in the morning, enter your destination and then sit back and relax or work on your computer – the car finds the way to work on its own. Red lights, pedestrians or obstacles are no problem for artificial intelligence (AI) and assistance systems. Welcome to the future! An then it does happen: An accident. Who is now liable for property damage or even personal injury? The manufacturer, the AI, or the driver? The legal consequences of autonomous machines in hybrid societies are the topic of the new episode “Mensch | Maschine | Miteinander” („Humans | Machines | Together“) – a TUCscicast special from the CRC “Hybrid Societies” at Chemnitz University of Technology.