Jaguar Land Rover fits virtual eyes to friendly faced intelligent pods to understand how much humans will trust self-driving vehicles. The eye pods are helping determine how much information future self-driving cars should share with users or pedestrians to ensure people’s confidence in the technology. Previous studies suggest as many as 63% of pedestrians and cyclists say they’d feel less safe sharing the road with a self-driving vehicle. JLR enlisted the help of a team of ...

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