Elementos 115:33-38 (2019)

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Fabio Morandín-Ahuerma
Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla México
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Este artículo discute sobre vehículos autónomos y cuáles deben ser los criterios para la configuración de los algoritmos en la toma de decisiones de los autos robot. Analiza el caso HWY18MH010 de la NTSB sobre el primer peatón que fue atropellado y muerto por un taxi de uber conducido por un sistema computarizado autónomo. — This article discusses autonomous vehicles and what should be the criteria for the configuration of algorithms in the decision making of robot cars. Analyze the case HWY18MH010 of the NTSB about the first pedestrian who was run over and killed by a Uber taxi driven by an autonomous computerized system.
Keywords vehículos autónomos, Uber, NTSB, HWY18MH010, Elaine Herzberg
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