Research attempts to make self-driving safer for pedestrians

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As self-driving vehicles become closer to an everyday reality, manufacturers are becoming concerned with building trust in autonomous vehicles. For example, human drivers and pedestrians currently interact through eye contact. There is a fear that this important element will be lost in autonomous vehicles. Research studies suggest that as many as 63 percent of pedestrians and cyclists worry about how safe it will be to cross the road in the future. Jaguar Land Rover is conducting studies to work out how much information self-driving cars could share with pedestrians in the future. Jaguar’s trial is taking place on a specially-constructed…

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