[Driverless car or driverless law: which direction will the law take to avoid “systematic accidents”?] The article, written jointly, investigates the civil liability profile of self-driving cars, focusing, in particular, on the different degrees of automation (from level 0 to level 5). The hypotheses of responsibility ascribed to this phenomenon are criticized, in some ways, without failing to share some observations proposed in this regard by the doctrine in recent months. The principles of precaution, responsibility and protection of life in automated choices represent the “hard core” of the work. Finally, it is argued that it is possible to start thinking of a statute of responsibility for driverless cars, based on respect for constitutional principles.
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