On July 6 2018, Prof. Lütge hold a lecture in Edmonton at the conference Automated Vehicles 2018: Planning for Urban and Rural Transitions.
Following an invitation of the MIT Media Lab and the Berkman Klein Center of Harvard University, Prof. Lütge has hold a lecture at the "Symposium on Trust and Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles" on May 30. For further information please click here.
On May 25, Prof. Lütge held a speech on Automated Driving at the Digital in Practice Programme in Brussels. For more information, please click here.
On March 28, Prof. Lütge was invited to held a lecture on the Responsible Research Innovation project at Warwick University in Coventry.
The Journal "Technology & Philosophy" has recently published an article of Prof. Lütge concerning "The German Ethics Code for Automated and Connected Driving" in the December issue.
Here you find the link to the article.
On December 6, 2017, Prof. Christoph Lütge held a lecture about the world’s first ethical guidelines for automated driving at the Institute for Advanced Study (TUM). For further, information click here.
On November 24 2017, Prof. Lütge was invited by French Minister of Transport Elisabeth Borne to speak about the German ethics code for autonomous cars at the journée internationale des Assises Nationales de la Mobilité in Paris.
Prof. Lütge was invited to a workshop in the German embassy in Ottawa (Canada) as a speaker. He held a lecture concerning the topic "Ethics Code for Autonomous Cars: What Can it Achieve."
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Prof. Dr. Lütge published a comment concerning the "the German Ethics Code for Automated and Connected Driving" in the "Philosophy and Technology " journal. In the article, Prof. Dr. Lütge examined dilemma structures resulting from the usage of automated cars from a business-ethics persepctive.
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Prof. Dr. Lütge held a lecture at the Chiba University in Japan on the 28th of October. The topic of the lecture was "An Ethics Code for Self-Driving Cars: The Case from Germany".