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Google patented a sticky 'glue' for self-driving cars to catch pedestrians

Google’s self-driving cars haven’t hit many things since they first took to the roads in 2015, but its collision avoidance technology isn’t perfect. Now, it appears Google is working on some safety provisions in case one of their vehicles hits a pedestrian. Google has patented a unique solution that puts a glue-like adhesive on the front end of the self-driving car. The patent, first seen by The Mercury News, describes the sticky covering as a…

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Google patented a sticky 'glue' for self-driving cars to catch pedestrians

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