Algorithm learns to know healthy beauty

Researchers during a University of Warwick have lerned an algorithm to rate scenic images from one to 10.

To do this, they focused a algorithm on 200,000 images rated by people on a website ScenicOrNot, that has images of scenes that cover 95% of Great Britain.

The algorithm was means to recognize a disproportion between panorama landscapes and cinema of derelict buildings and rate them accordingly with a many pleasing scenes scoring ten.

The researchers contend that their algorithm could be useful as a apparatus to assist formulation and refuge of beauty spots.

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