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AI Safety Perception Patterns: Using multiple data sources to produce an AI safety perception map of Stockholm

Welcome to the School of Architecture and Built Environment’s Thursday seminar series!

Time: Thu 2022-05-19 15.00 - 16.00

Location: Zoom (Sign up for link)

Language: English

Participating: Jonatan Abraham

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What makes a city (un)safe? The project AI Safety Perception Patterns is a collaboration between KTH, MIT and the City of Stockholm, attempting to determine the role the urban environment plays in people’s perceived safety. Online survey data are combined with Street View-imagery analysis using AI to predict people’s safety perceptions in relation to the built environment of Stockholm City. This is compared with several urban security indicators (e.g., police records, victimization survey results) to produce a safety perception map, serving as a diagnostic of the safety conditions of Stockholm.

Jonatan Abraham is a doctoral student at the School of Architecture and the Built Environment and will present the current stage of the project, with a focus on the development of the security indicators.

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The Thursday seminar is an open lecture series from the School of Architecture and the Built Environment . On a Thursday afternoon a month, selected current research or activities are presented for about 45 minutes. The lectures have free admission and are open to everyone.

Speakers and topics for each occasion are presented on an ongoing basis.

The seminar series  is part of the school's impact work.

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Last changed: Apr 13, 2022