OrCam MyMe

The first facial recognition wearable

OrCam MyMe device instantly recognizes faces and tells you who is in front of you – in real time – by sending a notification to your phone or smartwatch.

  • Mick
    MickFounder of SongBox.Rocks



    Privacy, consent, intrusion of personal space

    As a consumer product, this simply disgusts me. I can see uses for it in possibly like a TSA type environment.

    Mick has never used this product.
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    privacy, consent, law & regulations

    never used this product, but concerned about privacy, consent, law & regulations

    Phillip has never used this product.
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Valerio Neri
Valerio Neri@valerioneri · Generalist / IT & Processes
Funny GDPR gadget
Menachem Pritzker
Menachem Pritzker@mdavep · CEO, TheHomeFixers
This company does amazing things
Elie Steinbock
Elie Steinbock@eliezer_steinbock1
Really cool
Mick@mickc79 · Founder of SongBox.Rocks
I'm wondering if this product is a joke? If you're taking people's photograph, sending it across the internet, running processing on it and then returning data on that individual then you ABSOLUTELY need consent. I'm assuming this is a device aimed at government bodies or the military or something like that. As a consumer device this is an absolute non-starter.