Memora quantifies your life-data in a way that has never been possible before.
We believe that data is the best tool for making life-altering decisions. While wearable sensor based devices such as the Jawbones and the Fitbits provide a step in the right direction, they have so far been limited by the capability of nano-scale sensors.
We believe, however, that a camera can be a very powerful sensor. When used as a wearable device with point-of-view imagery, it can help deliver quantifiable and actionable information to the users - everything from tracking social interactions to dietary intake.
At TechCrunch, we have developed the software capabilities of such a device. Using state-of-the-art deep learning, we have been able to tag a sample set of a day's images. We then used this intelligence to allow the user to search through a day's events, thereby creating the world's first searchable memory tool!
Moreover, we recognized patterns in two specific categories - exposure to screens, and a user's diet. We were able to graphically represent a timeline showcasing a user's behavioral patterns and then providing him/her with personalized recommendations.
We believe that while a Memora camera will be a great tool to find and relive lost moments, it will also become one of the most powerful sensor devices in a user's life - helping them quantify everything.