StreetScore is an algorithm that assigns a score to a street view based on how safe it looks to a human — but using a computer (see FAQ). This website is a collection of map visualizations of perceived safety of street views from cities in the US as predicted by StreetScore. We will be releasing a map of perceived safety for a new city each week. The StreetScore algorithm was created by Nikhil Naik as part of a collaboration between the Macro Connections group and the Camera Culture group at MIT Media Lab. Jade Philipoom created the visualizations presented in the StreetScore website.
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StreetScore assigns a score to a street view based on how safe it looks to a human (but using a computer)
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StreetScore scores a street view based on how safe it looks to a human