So an autonomous car is cruising through an intersection when suddenly, a split-second decision needs to be made. A collision is unavoidable, so the software on the car must decide to either hit a Volvo SUV or a Mini Cooper. How does it decide? I’m not sure, but it definitely pays to befriend as many auto software engineers as you can. From Wired: The robot car of tomorrow may just be programmed to hit you.

+ The future of driving: Cameras all over your car.

+ Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams was involved in a hit-and-run while doing a live radio interview. And he’s not a bad play-by-play guy.