Recently, Prof. Dr. Mrinalini Kochupillai, Prof. Dr. Christoph Lütge and researcher Franziska Poszler have published an article in the journal NanoEthics exploring the ethics of autonomous driving. The article emphasizes the importance of considering insights from law and ethics, when developing recommendations for autonomous vehicles in dilemma or unavoidable accident situations. In particular, the authors take a critical look at Awad’s et al. (2018) “The Moral Machine Experiment” by discussing methodological, legal and ethical concerns and argue that, if the generated findings were implemented or accepted by policy makers, they would violate basic tenets of human rights law and fundamental principles of human dignity (e.g., disregard of equal right to life, discrimination).