I feel like this drew incorrect conclusions from my decisions.
My line of thinking went:
- Protect the greatest number of human lives (no judgement on age, sex, moral character, profession).
- If number of lives lost is equal between pedestrians and riders, the riders have assumed the risk of driving and should be the ones to die.
- If I'm going to kill pedestrians to save lives and the groups are equal, and the choice is between swerving and going straight I'll go straight, something about making the decision to swerve feels wrong to me.
However my stats indicated that I want to kill women and the elderly, which I hope I don't have to mention is not the case at all. Probably just chance based on the scenarios I was given, but I hope that doesn't become the conclusion!