In a kidney exchange, patients in need of a kidney transplant who have a willing but medically incompatible donor can attempt to exchange their donors. Determining the optimal way to match patients and donors is a computationally challenging problem. Most commonly, exchanges try to maximize the total number of transplants. Designing these policies is a morally challenging and contentious process. To explore the moral challenges posed by kidney exchange, the Moral AI project is asking you what the priorities of kidney exchange should be.
Who should get the kidney? You will be shown two patients, both in need of the same kidney, and you get to decide who gets it. After a number of scenarios, you will see how a model will make decisions based on your inputs.