Johnathan Merritt discusses this in "Is AI a Threat to Christianity?"
See Larry Greenemeier, "Driverless Cars Will Face Moral Dilemmas."
See Jean-Francois Bonnefon, et. al., "The Social Dilemma of Autonomous Vehicles."
Study what is probably the most famous philosophical ethical dilemma - "The Trolley Problem," by Judith Jarvis Thomson. I introduce my logic students to this. For further reading, see Would You Kill the Fat Man? The Trolley Problem and What Your Answer Tells Us About Right and Wrong.
Self-administer the "trolley problem" dilemma at M.I.T.'s Moral Machine website. Ask yourself - could a self-driving car do this?
See Harvard neuroscientist Joshua Greene, "Our Driverless Dilemma: "When Should Your Car Be Willing to Kill You?"
For great stuff on the Christian idea of a human soul, see J. P. Moreland, The Soul: How We Know It's Real and Why It Matters.
I am still reading through the short essays in What to Think About Machines That Think: Today's Leading Thinkers on the Age of Machine Intelligence. Various scholars share their views on the threat of A.I., and whether or not a machine could have self-consciousness, or have a soul.
See Gordon-Conwell theologian Russell Bjork, "Artificial Intelligence and the Soul."