Safety priority choice and responsibility attribution in autonomous cars in Japan, China, and the United States

Citation Author(s):
Sigeharu
Ono
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Yumi
Okazaki
NEC Solution Innovations, Ltd.
Keigo
Kanetsuna
Tokyo Marine & Nichido Systems Co., Ltd.
Masaharu
Mizumoto
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Submitted by:
Shigeharu Ono
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DOI:
10.21227/zyj3-ck88
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Abstract 

・The first question (Q1) is to choose between the pedestrian-first setting and the driver-first setting of an autonomous car they are to drive.

・The second question (Q2) is to probe the aspect of the accident the participants focus on in the case of an unavoidable accident involving an autonomous car with a victim.

・The third question (Q3) was about the ideal car production for all groups, asking whether car companies should produce pedestrian- or driver-first-setting cars.

・The fourth question (Q4) was about how frequently participants drive a car (more than once a week or not).

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・There are some missing data in the dataset.