Reading Quiz 10

Seeing Is Believing

This reading quiz was used in the Ethical and Professional Issues course in the Computer Science and Engineering department at Notre Dame. The reading quiz covers the following readings:

  • From driverless dilemmas to more practical commonsense tests for automated vehicles (Frietas et. al.)

  • The Menace and Promise of Autonomous Vehicles (Silverman)

  • Self-Driving Cars Still Don't Know How to See (Broussard)

  • Uber Video Shows the Kind of Crash Self-Driving Cars Are Made to Avoid (Marshall)

  • Cities Have Taken the Lead in Regulating Driverless Vehicles (Rainwater and DuPuis)

  • The Driverless-Car Pile-Up (Gibson)

  • Designed to Deceive: Do These People Look Real to You? (Hill and White)

  • Synthetic Media: How deepfakes could soon change our world (Whitaker)

  • US military must prepare for POW concerns in the deepfake era (Kallberg and Hamilton)

  • A horrifying new AI app swaps women into porn videos with a click (Has)

  • Deepfakes in cyberattacks aren’t coming. They’re already here. (McElroy)

  • Deepfakes Are Now Making Business Pitches (Simonite)

  • AI-Generated Art Scene Explodes as Hackers Create Groundbreaking New Tools (Rorvig)

Keywords: Computer Science , Deepfakes , Self-Driving Cars , Tech Ethics