Who should be responsible for making these programming decisions?

(This is the vedio clip)The ethical dilemma of self-driving cars – Patrick Lin – YouTube(These are the “thinking questions” from the clip)Would you purchase the car that was programmed to prioritize your safety above all else?Would you favor a car that was programmed to save as many lives as possible, regardless of the outcome to you personally?Who should be responsible for making these programming decisions?How would you make these decisions using Saint Leo University’s core values?*Case Study question*Ethical decisions are based on an individual’s beliefs, morals, and values. Frequently, there are many different points of view. A good decision-maker will consider all points of view. In this activity, you will voice your opinion, listen to the opinions of others, and respectfully debate the issue. Remember the “thinking questions” provided to you after the self-driving cars scenario? Remember also that there is no wrong answer? Let’s see if our opinions differ on the right thing to do. Let’s debate. Based on the following question, explain your decision and why you made it. You may then respectfully disagree with those who have made a different decision. 1. Would you purchase the car that was programmed to prioritize your safety above all else? Good decision-makers should consider their own values and ethics when making business decisions, but they should also consider opposing viewpoints. In this activity, you should have made a decision about your purchase, supported it with sound reasoning, and listened respectfully to the opinions of others who may not agree with you. That’s the basis for integrating the Saint Leo University core value of excellence into your decision-making.