Autonomous vehicles will occasionally encounter situations in which they will have to decide between two evils. There may be cases where software in these vehicles must choose between either harming a pedestrian or a passenger. In such cases computers will have agency even in situations that are made today reflexively by humans.
HammurabAI is an ethics platform that allows passengers in autonomous cars to integrate their own code of morals into the vehicle's software. HammurabAI keeps important existential choices in the hands of consumers, rather than slowly ceding them to distant organizations.
No Matter Your Ethics, HammurabAI is Here
HammurabAI offers an API that can be integrated into autonomous products and services. For example, a mobility provider like Uber or Lyft might program the ethics of their vehicle in accordance with their corporate values. They might also allow passengers to customize the values of their vehicle before boarding. The next screens show possible integrations and value propositions for partnerships between HammuabAI and existing brands and companies.
Not everyone knows exactly what their personal ethics are. Others might not trust themselves with the grave consequences of autonomous ethics integrations. But there is someone they do trust. Someone like Oprah.
HammurabAI collaborates with trusted public figures to capture their moral outlook and project it onto autonomous cars. Customers might pay a small per-mile premium to drive with the peace of mind and moral clarity branded ethics integrations guarantee.
The most trusted names in ethics
HammurabAI will need to maintain a sterling reputation for uncompromising corporate ethics to operate. That's why it recruited a team of America's most trusted names in ethics. The Board of Executive Ethicists will ensure that the incredible power HammurabAI would inevitably accrue as 'the moral operating system' of autonomous vehicles was never abused.
The Moral Agency
The Moral Agency is a Minimum Viable Product version of HammurabAI. It is a personal, on-demand newspaper advice column style source of ethical analysis. For a nominal fee, ask The Moral Agency about your everyday dilemmas and receive an answer backed by powerful MoralAI technology.