I'm looking for a story in which a self-driving car is trying to make a decision on who to hit in an inevitable collision but the story keeps expanding on the life of the different characters.

It's quite sad and focused on humanizing the different characters and challenging how we value different experiences and potentials.

I thought it was in the New Yorker but I can't find it. It is not Override by James Yu or Variations on the Trolley Problem by Mark Remy.

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