Oriented to human autonomy Indian ethics, artificial intelligence, and driverless vehicles
ORCID : 0000-0002-9846-4713
Journal of Transportation Law, Logistics & Policy
Association of Transportation Law Professionals
School of Business and Law
This paper looks at the adoption and regulation of automated cars through culture, examining the Indian approach. The paper discusses the Indian approach to automated cars with particular emphasis on the approaches voiced by two of India’s most prominent twentieth-century leaders: Nehru and Gandhi. The paper ends with a call to further explore the regulation of technology through culture, and the importance of submitting such disruptive new technologies to spiritual inquiry and ethical governance.
Securing Digital Futures
Artificial intelligence and autonomous systems