Technology, ethics, society: the topic of autonomous driving may be considered from various perspectives. Can there be safe mobility for all without more traffic flows? What is technically feasible today? Who pushes further development? And why? Who is liable when an autonomously driving car causes an accident? How secure are self-driving cars from attacks by hackers? These and other interesting questions will be dealt with during the discussion evening organized by the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences in cooperation with KIT, ZKM, and KVV on September 23 in Karlsruhe. Interested citizens and representatives of the media are cordially invited. Kindly register at presse. ∂hadw-bw de
Title: Back to the Future – How Will Autonomous Driving Change Our Everyday Life? (The event will be in German)
Venue: Medientheater of the Zentrum für Kunst und Medien I ZKM, Lorenzstraße 19, 76135 Karlsruhe
Time: September 23, 2019, 18 hrs
Panel: Karl-Heinz Streibich (acatech National Academy of Science and Engineering), Armin Grunwald (KIT), Andreas Urs Sommer (Freiburg University), Eric Sax (KIT), Barbara Deml (KIT), Alexander Pischon (Karlsruhe Transport Authorities)
Presentation: Markus Brock
Representatives of the media and other persons interested are cordially invited. You are kindly invited to announce and report about our event. The event is public. Admission is free.
More information in German:
More information on the Baden-Württemberg Test Area for Autonomous Driving:
The event is organized by KIT, ZKM, KAA, and the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences (also Baden-Württemberg State Academy).
More about the KIT Mobility Systems Center http://www.kit.edu/research/6720.php
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