The use of video surveillance in public spaces has attracted considerable attention in recent years . But it has been difficult to systematically measure the prevalence and placement of cameras . Here we present a novel approach forestimating the spatial distribution of surveillance cameras . Across the 16 cities we consider, the estimated numberof surveillance cameras per linear kilometer ranges from 0.1 (in Seattle) to 0.9 (in Seoul) In a detailed analysis of the 10 U.S. cities, we find thatcameras are concentrated in commercial, industrial, and mixed zones, and inneighborhoods with higher shares of non-white residents . These results help inform ongoingdiscussions on the use of surveillance technology, including its potentialdisparate impacts on communities of color, especially in communities of people of color. These results will help inform discussions on the uses of surveillance technologies, including the potential for surveillance technology. These Results help inform policymakers and consumers of color and consumers alike, according to the authors . Back to Mail Online home. Back to the page you came from: .

Author(s) : Hao Sheng, Keniel Yao, Sharad Goel

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